Along with the wind, a jet stream disturbance triggered off a few bands of some heavier snow, which came through late this morning and early afternoon.
The mild winter continues as spring-like temperatures return to the forecast over the next few days.
January ended and February begins with spring-like temperatures. Highs both days soared into the 60s ranging 20-25 degrees above the average.
Temperatures this weekend stayed below average as quick shot of arctic air blasted into the Delaware Valley. Highs on Saturday made it into the mid 30s with the average high being in the upper 30s.
Highs on Sunday reached the mid to upper 40s which is still well above the average high of 40 degrees. Temperatures will cool down a bit more into the low to mid 40s for Monday as an area of low pressure tracks by to our south.
A large area of high pressure is situated over the Delaware Valley keeping the forecast dry, but it has brought a brief surge of cold air.
After a cool start to the weekend with a high of 50 on Saturday, southerly winds with sunshine bumped temperatures in the upper 50s today.
It doesn’t feel like Thanksgiving weekend as an unseasonably warm air mass continues to park itself right over the mid-Atlantic This entire holiday weekend has had high temperatures about 15 degrees above average.
This evening at 6:28PM, Asteroid 2005 YU-55 zoomed by Earth and had astronomers and observers in a frenzy. What makes this asteroid so special is that it passed closer to Earth than anything else that’s passed in a very long time.
Average temperatures this time of year are in the mid 60s but afternoon highs have been warmer than that.
A large area of high pressure has settled in across the mid-Atlantic for the past several days. This has brought dry conditions, lots of sunshine, and warm temperatures.
After a mild end to September with highs in the upper 70s, October started off with well-below average temperatures in the 60s and 50s.
Justin Drabick takes the CBS 3 Mobile Weather Lab to Delanco, Burlington County for this edition of Backyard BBQ.
After setting a new record for the wettest month (12.97”) in August for Philadelphia, a 3 day stretch of dry weather is finally in the forecast. Once again, heavy showers and thunderstorms caused flash flooding in parts of the Delaware Valley.
It was a comfortable start to the weekend, but now the heat and humidity have returned. Dew point temperatures, which measure the moisture content in the atmosphere, are very high right now in the low 70s.