The stubborn system that has been plaguing us for several days is still leisurely moving away. So while clouds will still be in the picture, the sun should be returning in increasing amounts over the next 48 hours.
Snow continued to fall in Warminster and surrounding areas Thursday night as temperatures dipped near the freezing mark. Residents say crews spent the day clearing the roads.
Clouds plus rain and snow showers are rotating around the large area of low pressure that brought the heavy rain, high winds and significant flooding yesterday.
A developing Nor’easter will impact the area over the next couple of days with heavy rain, gusty winds and even snow for parts of the Delaware Valley.
It’s not shaping up to be the nicest week across the Delaware Valley. A classic nor’easter will make for a messy midweek.
The heaviest rain will fall during the morning into early afternoon on Tuesday
Like a hairdryer blowing those wet strands, gusty winds will help Saturday’s inch of rain evaporate from the ground today. Good thing, since another soaking rain comes in starting very early on Tuesday.
After picking up around 1″ of rain on Saturday, the Delaware Valley will dry out for the second half of the weekend.
Expect some lingering low clouds, mist and fog early this evening, then skies will begin to clear out tonight, as a cold front moves through. A colder air mass will filter into the Delaware Valley behind the front with lows in the lower 30s tonight.
It looks like we could be in for a slightly warmer start to the winter in the Delaware Valley.
Accumulation is not expected as rain should take complete control over the next few hours
After finishing the month of November almost 2.5 degrees below average, December starts off well above average, with high temperatures in the 60s and even some 70s.
As we welcome in December, we also welcome the first day of winter – meteorological winter, that is.
We’ll start off the holiday weekend with a chill!
All afternoon the temperature hovered just enough above the freezing mark to keep the precipitations from icing up on the main roads.
Photos of the thunderstorm damage on July 15th, 2014.
Storm damage across the Delaware Valley on July 3, 2014.
Photos of hail across the Delaware Valley on Thursday, May 22, 2014.