Wind Chill Advisories are in effect through later this morning for the entire Delaware Valley, including a Wind Chill Warning for the Poconos. Wind chills will range from near 0 to the south to as low as -25 in the mountains!
Here’s a guide to staying safe – and warm – during extremely cold and wintry weather.
Another clipper is bringing light snow showers to the Delaware Valley on Thursday. Temperatures will be approaching 40, so enjoy the ‘balmy’ weather while you can. BIG changes start tonight.
If you are a winter weather fan, you will love the forecast over the next several days and get ready for a cold Valentine’s Day weekend.
Expect rain showers to arrive overnight but change over to freezing rain, then light snow in the N&W suburbs from North to South on Monday, as colder temperatures return.
We’ve already hit our high temperature for the day, which happened shortly after midnight.
Scattered snow showers are possible Thursday morning, mainly north and west of Philadelphia, but will bring no more than a coating to 1″. Highest amounts will be in the Poconos and although this is a weak system, it may still be enough to produce slick spots during the morning commute so use caution and allow extra time to get to your destination.
A southwesterly flow ahead of the next frontal boundary will usher in milder air today. Despite the chilly start, temperatures are already running 5-15 degrees warmer than this time yesterday.
Bundle up! The wind chills might not be as fierce as they were overnight, but they shouldn’t be taken lightly.
Light snow is expected for the area on Thursday leading into Friday.
Many people are waking up to both positive and negative single-digit wind chills this morning.
It’s funny how the mid-30’s can feel downright comfy after a day locked in the teens, isn’t it? Today’s weather started with a brief period of light snow, then transitioned into a breezy but pleasant and mostly seasonable afternoon. Don’t get too used to it.
Temperatures have plummeted with wind chills in the single digits today.
Wind chills this morning are below zero, with temperatures not much better.
A new city ordinance can fine owners up to $500 if their dog is outside during weather that’s 20 degrees or colder.