There are plenty of apps that give you the forecast but, perhaps, none as elegantly designed as Weather or Not.
Now that winter storm Juno has come and gone. we can once again focus on the things that matter in life – like the Super Bowl.
The rain will freeze on contact through the morning hours, especially in areas to the north and west of Philadelphia. You’ll want to be especially careful on bridges, overpasses, sidewalks and any other untreated surfaces.
Despite a bright, quiet start to the new year, we won’t have to wait long for our first large system.
Only a few days left until Christmas, and while precipitation will be falling leading up to the big day, it isn’t going to be the white stuff.
Yes, much of the Delaware Valley can expect to see some sunshine on Wednesday.
We’ll start off the holiday weekend with a chill!
Wednesday morning’s record-low temperatures are well below freezing, and the gusty winds are making it feel like it’s in the single digits in some areas.
Seems like winter began in the Delaware Valley before Winter officially arrived. The first flakes of the season accumulated on grassy surfaces tonight from the Poconos to the city and beyond.
The 60s will be sticking around for the next few days. Enjoy them while they last.
Temperatures will drop into the 30s by Thursday morning, and then you won’t see them get above 40 for the rest of the week.
The new month will come in with a howling wind and daytime highs nearly fifteen degrees below normal.
The NOAA’s World Radar app lets you peak in on everywhere from Topeka to Tokyo, giving not only a live look, but a forecast.
Off to the west sits a slow-moving cold front, with a large swath of rain. As this front meanders our way, it will spell rain and even some thunderstorms for much of the region. A breeze will also pick up this afternoon.
Rain has moved away, and sunny skies are here to stay, for the next few days that is.