Watch for slick spots as overnight temperatures drop below freezing

Rain and strong thunderstorms became the big story from late Friday morning through the mid-afternoon hours. 

A tornado watch for southeastern Pennsylvania and southern and central New Jersey was lifted before its 5 p.m. expiration.

Some lingering rain and drizzle will continue Friday evening before quickly tapering off from west to east. 

Breezy and cold conditions will be featured overnight with temperatures dropping into the middle and upper 20s under clearing skies.

Since temperatures will fall below freezing in most places overnight, you will need to watch for some slick spots to develop in parts of the area. 

Mild conditions will be featured this weekend as temperatures top out in the upper 40s and lower 50s with a mix of sun and clouds overhead.

A rain or snow shower is possible late Sunday.

Monday will be a brisk and colder day with highs holding in the middle 30s despite some sunshine.

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