Okay, it isn’t even winter yet officially (that comes on Dec. 22) but man, it is COLD out there!
Or so the song goes. Alright the weekend is over, you’re probably not in the best mood and waking up to 25 degrees doesn’t help. BUT and it is a big but (come on, that’s not what I meant!) it will be above freezing for the afternoon.
Don’t get me wrong; I love high pressure systems. They are calm and collected and ready to please. But, sometimes, this time of the year, they can be positioned to drag down a lot of cold air. We’ve got that right now.
Twenty consecutive days with temperatures at or above normal…not a bad run for December.
The weather wants to give us our gift early today – in the form of mild temperatures!! In fact, this gift keeps on giving. Highs on Monday and Tuesday into the SIXTIES!!
Another day in the 60′s…and not just the 60′s…the mid 60′s. Monday too…and then the rain on Tuesday.
Sunshine and temperatures in the 60′s – this unusual weather is welcome, rare, and leaving before long.
How nice that we have another dry day today?
We have to love the high pressure system in the area right now. Dry weather for several more days and increasing warmth as it moves around a little bit.
I don’t know about you, but this is the clock change I don’t like. I don’t like saying goodbye to daylight SO EARLY at the end of the day.
Many folks are busy making their Thanksgiving plans but some merchants, desperate to finish a dreary year on a high note, have their eyes on Black Friday and beyond.
The storm that dumped up to 16 inches of snow (in Huff Church, Berks County) has left the building (as Elvis would say) but not the roads.
The trend and the path of this system continue as before except a bit more cold air might be pulled in sooner. That would tend to increase the snow totals a little.
Possibility of plowable snow north and west of 1-95 and you might be able to shovel some of it in Philadelphia and surrounding areas: two to three inches possible there. The Lehigh Valley, Berks County and regions pointing north and west may receive six to 10 inches of the stuff.
By Carol Erickson: You might not list Monday as your favorite day of the week, and the sky this morning looked as gloomy as you might have felt.