The last weekend of June is shaping up very nicely as high pressure builds into the region.
Other than some leftover clouds this morning, conditions are mostly quiet throughout the Delaware Valley.
The nice weather that we experienced on Sunday is going to carry right on in to the first full week of summer.
The summer solstice officially arrived this morning at 6:51, which marks the Sun’s farthest point north in the northern hemisphere. This gives us our longest daylight of the year, just over 15 hours in Philadelphia.
We usually mark down a 90 degree day by the end of May in Philadelphia, but here it is, June 16th, and no 90 thus far. So, where is the heat?
Most of us enjoyed some absolutely terrific Memorial Day weather. Unfortunately, now we must deal with some less than ideal conditions for the midweek.
A summer-like air mass continues to build into the Delaware Valley this weekend with above average temperatures.
Today, Thursday May 15, 2014, will be a warm, muggy day.
Big changes lie behind that front, and my advice is not to pack away the winter gear just yet!
Weather Line presents the forecast in a unique way – almost like a line graph, quickly giving you a look at what’s to come.
It’s never easy to get going in the morning – but the Morning app can help things out a little bit.
In the wake of the heavy rainfall dumped on our area from Tropical Storm Andrea, we now have more heavy rain crossing the region today – and perhaps yet another chance for flooding later in the week. A tornado watch was also issued.
Sizzling sunshine will scorch us here in the Delaware Valley again Thursday, with a huge ridge of high pressure pumping in more heat and humidity from the southwest.
An Ohio prosecutor who light-heartedly filed a criminal indictment against the famous Pennsylvania groundhog who fraudulently “predicted” an early spring says he has dismissed the charge.
An Ohio prosecutor who has light-heartedly filed charges against the famous Pennsylvania groundhog who fraudulently “predicted” an early spring says he may consider a pardon now that the animal’s handler is taking the blame.