Clouds are beginning to thin, and Wednesday is looking like a fantastic day.
I often get to interview and sometimes meet some of the biggest names in the country in the fields of politics, pop culture and sports. These people pale in comparison to the guests I’m bringing to Andy’s Diner in Conshy on 4/14 at 9:30.
After a nice spring weekend, Mother Nature is trying to outdo herself for a change!
Thursday will be a cool, damp, dreary day. For those of you who might be curious, yes, that’s exactly how yesterday’s blog began.
After a near perfect day on Monday, the rest of the week will pale in comparison.
Easter will be very nice – sunny, not as windy, and a few degrees warmer.
Expect lots of sunshine for Wednesday, accompanied by cool temperatures in the low 50s and a light afternoon breeze.
A weak frontal boundary passing through the region is bringing showers and flurries this morning, with temperatures hovering just above freezing.
Every spring, local and state emergency management agencies and the National Weather Service come together to talk about the dangers of the upcoming severe weather season.
If you looked at the radar this morning, you may have been a little unnerved to see some white and pink spots on the screen. Fear not.
Another new week begins, and it’s another day with below average temperatures.
Philadelphia’s exact amount will depend on when and if any mixing occurs.
Each of the next several days (except for Saturday) will be below average and are forecast to not make it out of the 40s! Starting with today, where continued breezy conditions will help it to feel even colder.
Highs today will top out around 60 degrees by noon before taking a tumble later this afternoon.
Unfortunately, this warm-up will be short-lived as yet another cold front sweeps in tomorrow afternoon, plunging us back into a chilly pattern to finish out the week.