The past few days have been nice and comfortable temperature wise with highs in the upper 70s to low 80s. Humidity levels also have been low as a cooler air mass has settled into parts of the mid-Atlantic and Northeast.
Of course, if you’ve stepped outside today, you’ll probably get it in a hot second (heh, heh) – the classic “Heat Wave” by Martha and the Vandellas. And that’s exactly what we’ve got going on this week – our very first heat wave of the season.
After the unsettled weather last week, the pattern has shifted to more summer-like for this week. Warm temperatures, humidity, and shower and storm chances return to the forecast this week.
After being spoiled with some stellar weather last week, this week will be the opposite. A large upper-level storm system situated over the Ohio Valley is cut-off from the jet stream.
The upcoming days will be a good time to spend some time outside if you can. Some great May weather is on tap with sunshine and highs in the 70s.
The overall weather pattern this weekend kept temperatures right where they should be for this time of year.
Since the severe weather ended on Thursday, the weather has improved very slowly. Even though the rain ended, an upper-level disturbance was still situated over the area Friday and early today. This led to clouds developing each morning as the sun warmed the air up.
By Justin Drabick It was a cool start to Easter Weekend with highs only reaching the low 50s on Friday. Today didn’t start off much better with rain and cool temperatures but we are now […]
The umbrellas will be handy tonight and this weekend as more showers move through the Philadelphia region.
This spring, it seems we’re having a hard time stringing together two or three nice days in a row!
By Justin Drabick After a strong spring storm which brought 1.5-3.5” of rain, severe storms, strong winds, and flooding, we are able to dry out today with sunshine and comfortable temperatures. Temperatures remain seasonable for […]
Severe weather outbreaks often occur during the Spring months and that is exactly what is happening right now. A potent storm system is ripping through the country spawning tornadoes from Oklahoma to Alabama.
After a very warm day with highs in the low to mid 80s yesterday, temperatures have returned below average. A cold front which crossed the Delaware Valley this morning brought an end to the above average temperatures.
This will be the second Monday in a row where we have well above average high temperatures.
After a cool and soggy finish to the work week yesterday, the weekend is slowly improving.
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