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We haven't had much cold weather this winter so far. This week will change that as we experience some authentic winter weather over at least the next seven days.
The week starts a bit cold but will get much milder before it ends.
Last week's active weather will yield a cold but quiet week to start 2013.
Winter decides to return as colder temperatures and perhaps some snow are in the cards for the region next week.
A December to forget for snow lovers as temperatures remain mild this week and rainfall chances abound with two storm systems over the coming days.
After 60s on Monday, a more typical December temperature setup returns for a couple of days. However, no lasting, deep cold is in sight.
Loathers of cold will enjoy a mild star to this month. Temperatures on Tuesday may exceed 65 degrees in the city.
November ends on a chilly note, with a midweek coating of snow in the cards for many north and west of I-95.
A dry, quiet Thanksgiving expected in the weather department around the Delaware Valley.
After Sandy and last week's close brush with the nor'easter, the weather this week takes a much more inactive role.
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