Your favorite city parking space may look a little different Friday.
Philadelphia is taking part in the annual worldwide "Park(ing( Day," where some metered parking spaces in the city will be transformed into temporary public parks.
Organizers say you'll see the parks in Center City, Germantown, North Philadelphia and University City as 40 teams work to create them.
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"By turning parking spaces into instant parks, [National] Park(ing) Day is a creative way to demonstrate the real need to create more parks in our cities," Will Rogers, president of the Trust for Public Land said in a statement.
"The quality of our daily experience is enhanced by places that get us in touch with nature, with each other and with ourselves."
Park(ing) Day started in 2005 in San Francisco as a way to recreate a metered parking space.
Organizers say by 2006, Park(ing) Day made the national spotlight when the Trust for Public Land became the national sponsor.
Philadelphia first celebrated Park(ing) Day in 2008.
It was a soupy start today. We can expect many clouds, some sun, lots of humidity, and a chance of pop up showers any time. At least it'll be warmer: High around 80-degrees today.
The weather remains unsettled through most of the work week. Warm temps stick around, too. And we do mean stick...because it'll be humid, too.
By Thursday a cold front moves by bringing more rain. It will also bring drier and cooler weather by Friday as we finally clear out.