Beyond The Forecast
After a pleasant weekend with low humidity across the Delaware Valley, a warmer and humid air mass will begin to return for the work week.
Only a few more days until the Summer Solstice, and the weather this week is sure going to make it feel that way.
Most of us enjoyed some absolutely terrific Memorial Day weather. Unfortunately, now we must deal with some less than ideal conditions for the midweek.
The Delaware Valley has begun to settle into a multi-day deep freeze. Even despite a break from stormy weather and sunshine in the forecast through the end of the work week, the mercury will struggle to hit the freezing mark the next few days.
The 2014 Farmers’ Almanac just released its prediction of a big storm due February 1st through the 3rd.
The summer season is officially underway and off to a great start! We can thank high pressure, which remains anchored overhead.
Yet another weather system is expected to affect the Mid-Atlantic region Thursday, and this time severe weather is expected to play an important role in addition to flooding.
The first week of March starts like a kitten, but there may be an inner lion hiding in there for the middle of next week.
A beautiful end to the work week, and one of those days you’ll want to enjoy while you can … because it won’t last long!
If you are a snow lover, there is good news as the weather pattern remains active during the next week or so.
A frigid day is underway with the high climbing to just 25 degrees – that is with sunshine. A vicious wind chill is adding insult to injury with gusts peaking around 35 mph – that means it feels no warmer than single digits for the better part of the day.
The coldest air thus far this season is taking over, and being reinforced by a quickly evolving and fast-moving system that will also usher in a little light snow mainly late this evening, just enough to drop a nuisance coating across the Delaware Valley.
The past few days have been colder than average with highs only in the 40s with some flurries around, but a better chance to see some widespread snow will arrive on Tuesday.
While this storm will be nothing like Sandy, its main impacts will be felt along the shore with another round of rain, wind, and tidal flooding.
Hurricane Sandy continues to move northeast at 15 mph. The storm is expected to make landfall along the New Jersey coast late Monday night.