The skies stay rather cloudy tonight and on Monday.
While Monday will be less windy than Sunday, you'll still notice a breeze from time to time.
Then, it's windier and chillier beginning Tuesday. Highs will be in the 30s for the rest of the week and winds will be around 10-20 mph each day gusting up to 20-30 mph.
Tuesday starts out sunny, but it gets cloudy in the afternoon as a cold front approaches us.
The weak cold front will give us some flurries in the evening. A spot or two in the Poconos will get a quick dusting. The rest of us don't see any flakes pile up on the ground.
There's much drier air behind the cold front, so Wednesday will be our sunniest day of the week. The skies will be clear by sunset at 5:05 PM.
Take advantage of the clear skies and go see Uranus Wednesday evening an hour or two after sunset.
Uranus will be between Mars and the crescent moon. The moon will be lower in the sky. Then, look straight above the moon for the brightest object higher up in the sky, that's Mars. Mars has a red tint to it when you see it through binoculars.
The brightest object near Mars is Uranus. It'll be a little below and a little to the left of Mars, and it'll be very tiny. This is why you want binoculars to see it well. If you have binoculars, you'll see a blue tint when you look at the planet.
Late in the night, the skies become cloudy, and we're cloudy Thursday morning and around lunchtime. These clouds are from another cold front.
This front has a little more energy than Tuesday's front. So, we'll see a quick dusting of snow in spots across the Lehigh Valley, Schuylkill and Berks Counties, and The Poconos around lunchtime. Philly and the Philly suburbs will just see some rain. Then, we'll see some sun back in the sky late in the afternoon toward sunset.
Drier and cooler air comes in behind the front. So, Friday's partly sunny, and the skies are mostly sunny Saturday and Sunday of next weekend.
It's also pretty chill with highs falling a little each day.
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