Meteorologist Justin Drabick joined the CBS 3 and The CW Philly’s Eyewitness News weather team full time in July, 2010. Drabick has been working part-time at the station since April of this year.
Previously, Drabick worked as a meteorologist for WBOC, the CBS and Fox station on the Delmarva Peninsula. He was also chief meteorologist at WMDT, the ABC station in Salisbury, Maryland for five years.
Drabick is a 2004 graduate of Millersville University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology, with a minor in Environmental Geography. He has since brought that passion for meteorology back to the classroom by teaching a weather course at Salisbury University. Drabick is a member of the American Meteorological Society (AMS). He holds the Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM) Seal from the AMS, which is regarded as the top accreditation in his field.
A native of Allentown, Drabick is married. His wife, Veronica, works for the federal government.
Winter is in full force this weekend with a plowable snowfall for the southern half of the region, and then reinforcing cold air behind the storm.
An Arctic cold front will move through the Delaware Valley early Thursday morning, bringing the coldest air since February.
The project involves one of nature’s hardest working sea creatures, the mussel.
Post-Tropical Cyclone Hermine continues to remain a strong storm off the mid-Atlantic coast today.
Hermine is still a Tropical Storm and is moving East-Northeast off the North Carolina coast with 60 mph winds.
Today is a good day to dig out as the storm has moved well offshore and the sun has returned. There will be melting taking place today with the sunshine, but untreated areas that are not exposed to the sun will remain icy.
Why the sustained warmth? The overall jet stream pattern has been stuck up to the north, keeping the cold air locked in Canada. And there’s no snow cover. Snow reflects the sun’s rays back into the atmosphere, keeping it cool.
Wednesday’s storm system will be long gone and dry and cooler weather will return for Halloween.
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.
The calendar say Spring but it does not feel like it, as a persistent winter-like pattern continues.
A storm system currently over the deep south bringing rain and snow will track northeast off the southeast coast Thursday morning. The storm will brush our southern viewing area with a quick round of snow early Thursday morning.
Partly sunny skies will return for Wednesday and it will be breezy with wind gusts up to 25 mph. However, high temperatures remain above average for one more day with highs in the lower 50s.
After a week of mostly cloudy skies, the stubborn clouds over the past few days finally gave way to some sunshine today.
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.