Nor’easter to bring more rain to Philly region

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Meteorologist Karen Rogers says the Philadelphia region will continue to see rain at times today with winds increasing late today and tonight.


Heavy rain continues through the early morning hours with Flash Flood concerns east of the city. Never drive through flooded water. It doesn’t rain all day. There will be a lull in the action where there’s just some rain in spots. The wind picks up this afternoon and another round of wind-driven rain returns tonight. Winds gust up to 30mph with some stronger gusts at the coast. High: 63.


A few early morning showers are possible. It’s still windy under mostly cloudy skies. High 68.

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Finally some improvement, with partly sunny skies and seasonable temperatures. High 64.


Another storm approaches the area bringing more rain, potentially steady at times later in the day. High 62.


Mostly cloudy with a couple of showers possible. High 64.


Clouds and some sun for the trick or treaters with a shower possible. High 62.


November begins with mostly sunny skies and a pleasant high of 63.

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