The snow is piling up, with several inches already being reported across the Delaware Valley.
Wednesday will feature all rain, as we are currently in much milder air to the south of the front. As we progress into tonight and the early morning hours of tomorrow, however, that rain will begin to change to snow from north to south.
This morning is the calm before the storm for the Delaware Valley, but enjoy it while you can – this one could stick around for quite a while.
The snow is beginning to wind down while the remainder of the day will be cloudy and temps will stay cold through the end of the week.
Clouds (and even a morning flurry!) will give way to sunshine later today, and temperatures will again take an icy plunge.
We fell just shy of the record low temperature in Philadelphia, bottoming out a degree short at 2°, but new records have been reached in both Trenton and Wilmington.
Though a weekend storm waits in the wings, first we will have to deal with some potential record temperatures!
Highs on Thursday and Friday are unlikely to reach 20 degrees. Winds will once again be a factor, and it’ll be blustery both days.
Hey, it IS winter after all! After a weekend of dangerous cold, the Delaware Valley now prepares for snow.
Another clipper is bringing light snow showers to the Delaware Valley on Thursday. Temperatures will be approaching 40, so enjoy the ‘balmy’ weather while you can. BIG changes start tonight.
Starting tomorrow, the Delaware Valley will be stuck in an alternating pattern of snow and bitter cold.
Today will be a much quieter weather day. Some untreated roadways may still be slick, but a nice breeze is helping to dry most surfaces.
Tired of these messy Monday’s? We sure are!
Friday will be a quiet, but cold day to end the week. It’s a ‘warm-up-your-car’ kind of morning, indeed.
We’ve already hit our high temperature for the day, which happened shortly after midnight.