Warm Weather Could Give Way to Snow by Week’s End

The warmth to start the week will give way to cold temps and, possibly, could give way to snow by week's end. NBC10 First Alert Weather meteorologist Bill Henley looks at the week ahead.

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The passage of the cold front will usher in an extended period of unseasonably cold weather.
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Thanks to falling temperatures overnight, Supermoon fans saw the moon through areas of thick fog Monday morning.
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This view from the Comcast Center in Center City showed the fog beginning to dissipate during the morning.
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Skies will be sunny for the balance of Monday, warming us above the normal high temperature of 49 degrees.
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After reaching into the 50s Monday afternoon, clouds return Monday night, helping to keep temperatures in the 40s.
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The sun takes a break Tuesday. We'll start the day with temperatures in the 40s and 50s and some scattered light rain showers.
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In spite of the clouds and showers, a southerly flow will lead to quite a warm-up Tuesday.
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Temperatures will warm to near 60 degrees late in the day Tuesday, with some areas of rain.
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The warmest air will come through during the evening just before a cold front sweeps through the region. Steady rain and some heavier downpours will accompany the front.
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The passage of the cold front will usher in an extended period of unseasonably cold weather.
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It will be cold enough at the end of the week for snow and with a system off the East Coast, some snow showers are a possibility as we head into the weekend.
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Snow or not, it's likely to turn even colder next week.
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