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.
The Reverend Al Sharpton selectively applies the phrase Black Lives Matter when it is tethered to his checking account deposit tickets.
Mainly sunny skies will give way to clouds later this afternoon, with a high near 50.
As the sun peeks through the clouds, temperatures will soar to April-like highs by this afternoon, right around 60 degrees!
Dom Giordano: ‘I’m Not Always Going To Agree With Listeners, But I’m Always Willing To Engage And Listen’
This week’s column underlines why there is no medium like talk radio because of the relationship between hosts and listeners.
Clouds are moving in ahead of a rain storm that will be impacting the Delaware Valley today. But with temperatures above 50° expected once again, who’s complaining???
The Democratic primary of 2008 should have been a harbinger of things to come for Hillary Clinton. Specifically, January 5th 2008.
It’s another tricky storm in what has been a tricky winter so far, but this one seems to have pretty decent consensus across the board — with a few wild cards!
This is a long-duration system which has begun already, in the form of an icy mix snarling the evening commute on Tuesday before a changeover to rain Tuesday night into Wednesday.
This morning is the calm before the storm for the Delaware Valley, but enjoy it while you can – this one could stick around for quite a while.
I was most thrilled my interview with Congresswoman Mia Love, the first female black Republican representative in history.