Get ready for the wind. Get ready for the cold. Then, get ready for some more snow.
Light snow is expected for the area on Thursday leading into Friday.
What started off looking like light snow last week has become a whopper of a storm, and we will be playing a quick game of snow catch-up starting late Monday into Tuesday.
We are now under 24 hours away from our next big storm, and the big picture is becoming clear on what we can expect.
Timing will also play a factor in what we see, as will several other factors.
After a beautiful Delaware Valley sunrise, clouds have begun to overspread the region. Any remaining sunshine will be limited for the remainder of the day. On the plus side, temperatures will top out a bit above average, and won’t be accompanied by the same sharp breeze we had Monday.
Parts of Delaware and southern New Jersey are experiencing some snow and some mixed precipitation this morning. Fortunately, this is a mainly isolated storm that will soon begin moving out to sea.
A chilly rain has overspread much of the Delaware Valley, with some pockets of freezing rain still prevalent.
Another cold day for the Delaware Valley. But hey, it could always be worse, right???
Wind chills this morning are below zero, with temperatures not much better.
Break out the extra heavy coats, throw an extra log on the fire, just turn up the heat any way you can! You’re going to need it.
At this time last year, Philadelphia had already received 20.2″ of snow. So far in 2015, only 0.1″ have fallen.
After a warm, well above average end to the weekend, temperatures will begin to reflect the season – and then some!
A quiet day end to the work week, but this weekend we will see our first precipitation of 2015.
Clouds are slowly but surely giving way to some sunshine across the Delaware Valley, from northwest to southeast. Don’t worry Jersey Shore and Delaware, it’s coming!