High pressure will situate itself over the Northeast on Easter Sunday keeping the forecast dry.
Today was bright but cold across the region, with temperatures averaging more than 10 degrees below normal and a gusty breeze making it feel even worse! But the good news is that we are entering into a period of quiet weather.
Behind the front, a wind switch to the northwest will usher in colder temperatures Tuesday night. As the cold air meets up with the remaining moisture, the showers could end as a brief period of wet snow late Tuesday night, mainly in the Poconos and Lehigh Valley.
The countdown is on! One last very mild day remains in our forecast before a potent Spring storm slices through all the warmth we’ve built up. Daytime highs will flirt with 80 degrees Monday, especially where there’s more sunshine.
Sunday was the first 80 degree day of the year as high temperatures made it into the low 80s for inland areas.
A nice start to the weekend weather-wise makes it back to back weekends with sunshine and pleasant conditions.
We got to 79 in Philadelphia today, a very welcome 79, the first warm day of the year.
Light rain, drizzle and patchy fog will linger into the early morning hours, and temperatures will hold in the 50s.
Showers will continue at times this evening and overnight with some pockets of heavier rain possible along with cool temperatures holding in the lower 50s
After a stellar weekend with plenty of sunshine and highs close to average for this time of year, another storm will impact us on Monday.
After being blown sideways on Saturday with winds that reached almost 40 miles an hour, the weather calms down today.
We have had a nice start to the weekend with high temperatures just a few degrees below the average high of 60.
It has been a cold and dreary Friday across the region, with spotty sprinkles around, and more may roll through before we kickstart our weekend!
A large and potent storm has been responsible for several days of severe weather, not to mention significant snow for the central portion of the U.S. However, the Delaware Valley will only have to endure a nuisance.
Well, it’s March 25th, and we’re tracking snow. Would we expect anything less from this winter?