Multiple Clipper Systems Forecast To Move Through The RegionAfter a strong arctic cold front pulled through the region on Tuesday afternoon, frigid air will remain settled over the region for the next 4 to 5 days as high temperatures remain below average and even below 40° during the afternoon hours until the second half of the weekend when we finally rebound a small amount.
Another Blast Of Arctic Air Set To Pummel The RegionMultiple low pressure systems are set to move through the region starting today with a potent cold front that should sweep across the Philly region in the early part of the afternoon.
Summer-Like Heat This Weekend, Keeping An Eye On NateA cold front tried to make its way across the region on Thursday afternoon and it did manage to spawn a couple of rain showers here and there through the night but overall the front stayed just to the north of Philadelphia.
Tropics Remaining Active With 14th Named Storm Of The SeasonThe Atlantic Hurricane Season officially runs from June 1 to November 30, but usually as we head into the month of October we start to turn our attention away from the tropics and start to focus on long-range forecasts for the winter time.
Stubborn Summer Heat Returns This WeekAs we progress through the first full week of the month of October, many of us start to look for signs of cooler temperatures and Fall conditions.
Summer Heat To Start Fall, While Jose Stills Churns Out To SeaIt will be a warm start to the Fall season as we look for temperatures at times this weekend to push up near 90 degrees!
Tracking Jose: Storm Continues To Churn In The Atlantic OceanCurrently Jose should regain its hurricane force strength by the end of the day on Friday. 
Partial Solar Eclipse To Blanket Philly Region This AfternoonFor the first time in almost 100 years today, a solar eclipse will cut across the United States. 
Active Tropical Pattern In The Atlantic and CaribbeanThere are currently three systems we are tracking in the tropics. 
Severe Weather Chances For The Delaware Valley This AfternoonA few scattered thunderstorms came through the region this morning and while there is a small chance for a few pop up storms in the afternoon, in general we are likely to actually see some sunshine break through the clouds at times.
Heavy Rains Lead To Potential Flash Flooding This AfternoonLow pressure is forecasted to sweep across the region today spawning rain and thunderstorms all day long. 
Heavy Rainfall Expected As Rare Summer Nor'Easter Moves Through The Mid-AtlanticJust a week ago many in the area were trying to find ways to dry out from the heavy rains across the Mid-Atlantic and just as we began to let our guard down another round of heavy rain is expected to pummel the region starting later Friday night and last into the first half of the weekend as well.

More From CBS Philly

Latest Forecast
Weather App
Latest Videos

Watch & Listen LIVE