A lot was made about the Polar Vortex this past winter. It gained massive amounts of traction as a hashtag on Twitter and appeared in articles all over the web as a new phenomenon.
While not as mild as last weekend, temperatures will be close to average and we’ll see lots of sun through the holiday weekend, making for a pleasant Easter holiday for travelers and egg hunters!
As a strong cold front approaches from the west, rain will spread across our area.
Here are the local counties and cities that have issued ‘Code Blue’ weather advisories.
Another shift in the jet stream to the south has allowed a new supply of cold air to return to the Delaware Valley.
A rude winter awakening looms on the horizon, so enjoy the warmth while you can! Tuesday is providing a well-deserved forecast of quiet weather, some sun and mild temperatures in the low 60’s (our normal high is 51.)
You don’t have to do much math to know it’s bone-chilling, life-threatening, misery-making cold. But that’s no excuse for many people who have to press on and do their jobs whatever the weather conditions.
Friday morning will be frigid. Philadelphia will challenge the record of 9 degrees, set in 1934. If that is not bad enough, wake up wind chills will be around -10.
After a frigid Friday, temperatures rebound ever so slightly as we welcome in March this weekend, but we will also welcome yet another winter storm, our 15th of the season.
Expect light snow to develop before daybreak and end mid-late morning on Wednesday.
Snow piles remain and anything you see on the ground now will be with us for some time, as much colder air plunges into the region from the arctic.
Mostly dry today. And while the weather starts quietly on Monday, it ends up getting messy by late Monday night and early Tuesday.
Another week, another threat for major winter weather — this time on Thursday.
A few weak disturbances will move through providing some scattered snow shower chances overnight.
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.