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November Off To Warm, Wet, Windy Start

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PHILADELPHIA -

The first of two weekend cold fronts is bringing us warm, wet and windy conditions Friday morning.

The threat for severe weather is diminishing west to east, as the wind-driven rain moves through New Jersey.

Severe Thunderstorm Warnings have been extended into New Jersey, and a watch fro the area is up until noon.

AWind Advisory is in effect until 2 p.m. Winds could gust up to 45 mph in the early part of the day.

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While in other parts of the country they're seeing flooding rain, we're just seeing wind-driven rain, FOX 29's Sue Serio said.

That line reached Harrisburg by sunrise was in Philadelphia by late morning, but the storms fizzled out some as they made the trek across the mountains.

They're now over for Pennsylvania. Expect the showers to continue, on and off, through early afternoon. 

We could have some sunshine by late afternoon. Our high for the day will be 74.

Winds will diminish and chillier temps move in overnight. Saturday looks much colder at 65, and Sunday even colder than that at 50.

On Monday, we may not even get into the 50s.

Don't forget, we're also changing the time this weekend! Your clocks should fall back one hour before you go to bed on Saturday night. At 2 a.m., it becomes 1 a.m. again.

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