Another beautiful day in store tomorrow, with highs in the low 80’s and lots of sunshine, and we should keep the sun for Thursday.
After a few weeks of quiet weather in the Atlantic Basin, we’re starting to see some signs of life.
Tonight and tomorrow will feel downright autumnal for this time of year, with overnight lows in many spots diving into the 50’s and highs tomorrow struggling to reach 80!
With yet another potent trough digging into the Delaware Valley, a much cooler – and drier – air mass takes over.
Come on, Weather. This isn’t fair, dealing with your issues!
Not a day goes by that we don’t hear that Republicans are either engaging in a war on women or have racist motivations. But take a look at these two congressional districts and a very different narrative emerges.
Wednesday will mark the 13th 90 degree day this summer, as a typical summer time airmass returns to the Delaware Valley. Southerly winds will continue to bring in higher humidity and hotter temperatures.
Comfortable temperatures will take hold of the Delaware Valley.
Changes in our weather pattern will occur this week, bringing back typical July weather.
We usually mark down a 90 degree day by the end of May in Philadelphia, but here it is, June 16th, and no 90 thus far. So, where is the heat?
Once the sun popped out, it turned into a gorgeous Friday across the region!
High temperatures return back to average to slightly above average with highs in the mid 70s.
A crowd of 41,959 was on its feet as native son, Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels took the field, giving his a long standing ovation that Trout later said gave him “chills.”
We’ll be experiencing a little taste of summer as highs rise into the mid-80s, although it won’t last long.
After some morning clouds associated with a weak system that brought showers and thunderstorms to the mid-Atlantic overnight, the Delaware Valley returns to mostly sunny and pleasant conditions on Tuesday.