Rain has moved away, and sunny skies are here to stay, for the next few days that is.
Fourteen-year-old Jessica loves animals — even the scaly ones.
After a chilly start on Monday, a rebound to normal temperatures is in order for the afternoon hours.
Sunday morning’s temperatures are about a month ahead of schedule, with Philadelphia easily dropping into the mid 40’s.
The grants, which come from federal funds, will help 32 communities in and around Philadelphia, from Chester to Mercer counties, as part of its “TCDI” program (Transportation and Community Development Initiative).
Enjoy the next couple of days. Just don’t get too used them, as some changes are a-comin’.
Saturday morning a strong cold front will pass through our area, bringing rain and breezy conditions. The rain will begin during the early morning hours of Saturday, through early Saturday afternoon. Most of us will see some sunshine before sunset. Then temperatures begin to drop.
Clouds will mix with limited amounts of sunshine this afternoon, and highs will reach the lower 70s, certainly cooler than we’ve seen over the last several days.
Not great, not bad either! That’s the story for the next few days.
A stray shower is possible on Tuesday, especially off to the west, but Wednesday looks like the most unsettled day of the week, with showers possible at any time.
Today’s weather won’t be able to hold a candle to the beautiful conditions from this past weekend. That being said, it also won’t be a terrible day.
It’ll be a crummy Thursday, pretty good Friday, and fantastic Saturday and Sunday!
The FAA is reporting some weather-related flight arrival delays of up to 1 hour 47 minutes at Philadelphia International Airport.
The worst of this storm will be felt early Thursday morning, as bands of heavy, windswept rain push through the region from south to north.
Amid all the controversy surrounding incidents of domestic violence in the NFL, a Montgomery County organization dedicated to ending abuse will raise money this weekend to help fund their programs.