Thursday is off to a wet start. Sunday is unfortunately looking rather soggy as well.
As you head out the door on Wednesday morning, it is going to feel noticeably different than in recent days.
Despite never being a serious threat in terms of typical tropical hazards (wind, storm surge), Tropical Depression Bill is now dumping flooding rains on the U.S. mainland.
Tuesday will be very similar to Monday. The heat and humidity will “stick” around for one more day, and thunderstorms will once again pop up this afternoon.
Are you ready for more of that June Gloom? It’s going to be yet another cool, dreary day across the Delaware Valley.
The heat and humidity of recent history is a thing of the past on Wednesday, with highs only reaching the low 70s.
Despite more clouds and cooler temperatures, today is not going to be a bad day; just not as stellar as yesterday.
The rain follow on Monday (computer estimates from half and in to more than an inch) and that should splatter all the expensive lawn additives into the ground, if not washing away a few of the lighter seeds.
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.
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Yesterday’s high of 61° was great, but it is unreasonable to expect to see that every day in mid-March.
Wednesday will feature all rain, as we are currently in much milder air to the south of the front. As we progress into tonight and the early morning hours of tomorrow, however, that rain will begin to change to snow from north to south.
Another arctic cold front moved through the Delaware Valley this morning keeping afternoon temperatures holding in the teens and 20s.
Winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories remain in effect.
We’ve already hit our high temperature for the day, which happened shortly after midnight.