Wednesday, is that you? Nope, it’s Thursday! It just looks and feels like Wednesday.
Clouds are beginning to thin, and Wednesday is looking like a fantastic day.
After a nice spring weekend, Mother Nature is trying to outdo herself for a change!
Thursday will be a cool, damp, dreary day. For those of you who might be curious, yes, that’s exactly how yesterday’s blog began.
After a near perfect day on Monday, the rest of the week will pale in comparison.
Easter will be very nice – sunny, not as windy, and a few degrees warmer.
We’ve been saying it all along this week: “Just wait until Thursday!”
Expect lots of sunshine for Wednesday, accompanied by cool temperatures in the low 50s and a light afternoon breeze.
Today we start off with a good deal of sunshine, but clouds will quickly take over later this morning as a clipper-like system speeds across the eastern states.
A weak frontal boundary passing through the region is bringing showers and flurries this morning, with temperatures hovering just above freezing.
After a day near 70 degrees, temperatures will fall back to reality – and then some.
Thursday will be a cloudy day with scattered showers throughout. An embedded thunderstorm is possible as well, none of which will be severe.
Morning sunshine is beginning to give way to clouds, in advance of a warm front that is currently draped across central Pennsylvania.
Every spring, local and state emergency management agencies and the National Weather Service come together to talk about the dangers of the upcoming severe weather season.
If you looked at the radar this morning, you may have been a little unnerved to see some white and pink spots on the screen. Fear not.