A cool and dry air mass has settled into the Delaware Valley today as a cold front moved though over the weekend.
The rain has been falling heavily all day, with many areas checking in with over two inches of rain.
It will be a cool and wet finish to the month of April as a large slow moving storm system currently centered over the central U.S. will continue to bring rain tonight through Thursday.
This storm is also producing dangerous thunderstorms to our south, across portions of North Carolina and Virginia, where tornadoes have been spotted. Luckily for us, the threat for severe weather will stay south, but we will hear a few rumbles of thunder tonight as the rain moves through.
Our next storm will be in the form of a cold front that will impact us later on Tuesday.
There are new rules in baseball this year that threaten to take some of the excitement out of the game. The expanded replay rules allow a manager to exit the dugout and walk to the umpire and ask for a replay if a disputed call occurs. It’s all very civilized.
Our average high temperature for this time of year is in the low 60s, but will remain above average over the next five days. The forecast stays quiet for tonight and Thursday as high pressure controls our weather.
The sun returned just in time for the Phillies home opener, though it will be blustery and a bit chilly during the game.
Hold the phone on Cole Hamels.
This is a system that can’t decide whether it wants to be a winter or springtime event, a trait often found in the climatically transitional month of March. As a result, the Delaware Valley will get a taste of both seasons.
Unlike almost anyone in modern film, his work will remain more loved, and live on long after most of today’s most celebrated films are forgotten.
Sam Hinkie never said it would be a fast turnaround.
As winter snow melts on the ground, the atmosphere overhead is acting like it’s springtime!
Many of us woke up this morning to fresh falling snow, but we finished out the afternoon in sunshine and with climbing temperatures.
Getting snowed in by Thursday’s nor’easter may have provided another excuse to snuggle with your sweetheart on Valentine’s Day, but don’t get too comfortable!