Today's forecast calls for showers likely in the morning and afternoon, with a possible a thunderstorm, according to the National Weather Service. Some of the storms could produce heavy rain. The high is expected to reach 74.
The National Weather Service says some flooding is possible in streams and poorly drained urban areas, especially if rainfall exceeds two inches within several hours.
The Daily News reports that Obama finds a favorite fundraising target in Pennsylvania, where he leads former Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney by double digits. The President has raised $3.6 million in Pennsylvania this election cycle, compared to Romney's $1.9 million.
And Philadelphia appears to be critical to Obama's effort in the state. Twenty-one percent of Obama's contributions came from Philadelphia.
Romney visits Pennsylvania Saturday as part of a five-day, six-state campaign bus tour.
Tickets to Obama's fundraisers tonight start at $250 for the public event at the Franklin Institute, $40,000 for the private roundtable and $10,000 for the private dinner.
A Daily News/Franklin & Marshall College Poll last week showed Obama leading Romney by 12 percentage points in Pennsylvania. But Obama did not crack 50 percent in the state, leading 48-36 percent