Weather forecasters around the Delaware Valley missed the mark in predicting this winter storm.
The Nor’easter will continue to intensify off the east coast and track northward tonight.
PennDOT and City officials started treating roads late Sunday night, and at midnight PennDOT began rolling out the road crews, meaning a full fleet of salt and brine trucks and plows are ready to go.
Clouds will eventually give way to some sunshine this afternoon, but it will then disappear tonight just as quickly as it came, as a minor system will bring a few showers for Tuesday.
Clouds plus rain and snow showers are rotating around the large area of low pressure that brought the heavy rain, high winds and significant flooding yesterday.
A developing Nor’easter will impact the area over the next couple of days with heavy rain, gusty winds and even snow for parts of the Delaware Valley.
Expect some lingering low clouds, mist and fog early this evening, then skies will begin to clear out tonight, as a cold front moves through. A colder air mass will filter into the Delaware Valley behind the front with lows in the lower 30s tonight.
Early morning steady rain put quite a damper on the commutes of many throughout the Delaware Valley.
It was another mild day today across the Delaware Valley with high temperatures well above average in the 60s. However, Philadelphia was the warm spot reaching 72 degrees.
Highs on Tuesday will run several degrees above average, and it will feel closer to early October than early November. It’s going to be a dry day as well, so there’s no excuse not to get out and vote!
During the first hour here at Benjamin Franklin High School, 36 people walked through a blue curtain and cast their ballot on Election Day 2014. The power of the vote some here say they don’t want to take for granted.
A brief change in the weather pattern will allow temperatures to surge well above average on Tuesday and Wednesday
It’s going to be a chilly, breezy, damp and dreary day on Thursday for much of the region.
Rain will continue to rotate through the region this afternoon, all part of a large, spinning are of low pressure.
With winter fast approaching, NOAA has released it’s 2014-15 Winter Outlook.