Of the weekend siblings, Sunday is the better day this weekend.
The weather gets to the April normals this weekend, which is a huge improvement. The normal is 62 and the temps Saturday reach that, if not a degree or two higher.
Thursday will be a cool, damp, dreary day. For those of you who might be curious, yes, that’s exactly how yesterday’s blog began.
Why are temperatures so chilly all of a sudden? A ‘backdoor’ front is now to the south of us, allowing an onshore flow to invade the Delaware Valley.
After a near perfect day on Monday, the rest of the week will pale in comparison.
Range free, humane certified, organic (or, even better, plastic), Easter eggs flew through the air like drones on Saturday as winds gusted past 40 mph.
Easter will be very nice – sunny, not as windy, and a few degrees warmer.
We’ve been saying it all along this week: “Just wait until Thursday!”
Once again, March ended up being a cold month with overall temperatures -4.4 degrees below average, but a pattern change should bring typical Spring temperatures to the region during the month of April.
Winter and Spring are battling it out today as a classic early Spring clipper system is bringing rain and even some snow in the mountains today.
An audit by the federal government has shown that the State of New Jersey had to apply 15 times to extend a grant in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
Today we start off with a good deal of sunshine, but clouds will quickly take over later this morning as a clipper-like system speeds across the eastern states.
A weak frontal boundary passing through the region is bringing showers and flurries this morning, with temperatures hovering just above freezing.
Hosted by CBS 3 meteorologist Carol Erickson, the day long complaining event started with her keynote address, “Why The Heck Is It Still So Cold?”
There are seven ski resorts in the Poconos, and six of them are still open, at least through this weekend.
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.