All the outdoor enthusiasts will be in great shape this weekend, as nice weather forces prospects of exercise on us.
If you’ve got an appetite, check out what you can “check out” at the library in Pitman, Gloucester County.
If all it takes is April rain to bring May flowers, then the weather over the next week will create monsters.
We don’t have to just look fondly in the rearview mirror at Saturday’s beautiful weather, because we will be doing it again today.
Of all the advisories and warnings and watches and alerts we’ve had to deal with this crummy year of weather, this is my favorite one – a pastel advisory.
We got to 79 in Philadelphia today, a very welcome 79, the first warm day of the year.
After being blown sideways on Saturday with winds that reached almost 40 miles an hour, the weather calms down today.
35 miles-an-hour is also the level of our wind speeds this Saturday.
By Sunday night, after a brief changeover to sleet, snow begins falling.
One last day of the delicious taste of spring before a bitter taste of winter returns this week.
Mostly dry today. And while the weather starts quietly on Monday, it ends up getting messy by late Monday night and early Tuesday.
Sore backs in the Delaware Valley get a mild stretching exercise today. Yes, more shoveling, especially north and west, but the lifting won’t be nearly as heavy as the Valentine Eve storm.
A little Alberta clipper has a Sunday afternoon trip planned for the Delaware Valley. It is packing light, with a relatively measly 1–3″ of snow expected.
Of all the weather ‘events’ this troublesome winter, the ones this weekend will be the tamest. A few little disturbances in the atmosphere can brush by the area bringing a nuisance amount of snow.
The National Weather Service pegs snow amounts Monday at 4 to 6 inches, but anywhere from less than 3 inches south to perhaps an isolated 6+ inches could occur.