A cold front could bring some rain and even thunderstorms starting Saturday afternoon.
That's the one gloomy stretch in what seems likely to be another week of nice weather, with highs in the 70s under dry skies every day but Saturday.
So far, the chance on Saturday seems to be slight for anything like the heavy rain and strong gusts that knocked out power for tens of thousands around the region Tuesday afternoon and evening.
In Philadelphia, cloudy but dry skies Saturday morning could last into midafternoon or even evening, when the chance of rain rises to 60 percent. How much rain, if any, falls depends of whether thunderstorms develop, but if they don't, less than a half-inch is likely in the city, according to the National Weather Service.