This weekend marks the four year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, but this weekend's weather will be filled with anything but heavy wind and rain.
Mild weather will once again make a return after this week saw us reach the freezing point late Wednesday night and into early Thursday morning. Parts of Northeastern Pennsylvania, Connecticut and New York even saw a couple inches of snow, although Philadelphia was too far south to see any flakes.
This weekend will feel completely different, especially on Sunday as high temperatures will shoot up into the 70s. On Saturday, expect mostly sunny conditions with a high of 70 degrees and on Sunday, we will see mostly cloudy skies, but the mercury will rise to an incredible 76 degrees. There is a slight chance of some late afternoon showers on Sunday, but it will clear out just in time for trick-or-treating on Monday night.
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