A powerful storm that brought flooding rain, damaging winds, hail and tornadoes to the Midwest, will impact our morning commute.
Meteorologist Kathy Orr broadcasts live from the Ocean City Boardwalk at 9th Street on Thursday as part of CBS 3’s fundraising for Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation.
A high pressure system off the mid-Atlantic coast will bring in a southwest flow of warm, humid air, Tuesday.
May will not be remembered for sunshine, there were only three sunny days the entire month!
After two days of cloudy, cool, damp weather, improvement is on the way!
Highs will struggle in the mid-60s and there is a chance of some afternoon showers.
CBS 3 Meteorologist Kathy Orr will head to Wildwood for a tour of an unusual community of artists and craftsman who create their work right on the boardwalk.
A warm, humid and unstable air mass lingers over the Delaware Valley, giving us a chance of a shower or thunderstorm Wednesday morning and midday.
The holiday weekend looks great no matter where you are.
In the wake of the severe weather, conditions will slowly improve as we begin the holiday weekend.
The combination of a strong disturbance and more sunshine will increase the chance of scattered, but locally strong to severe thunderstorms Thursday. We are in a “Slight Risk” for severe weather in Philadelphia and nearby suburbs, meaning that any thunderstorm could produce strong, damaging winds and the threat of hail.
CBS 3 Meteorologist Kathy Orr heads down the shore in the CBS 3 Mobile Weather Lab to start off the beach season in Stone Harbor, New Jersey.
A cold front is slowly moving away from our area, dry, but cool air is moving in.
The rain will be heaviest between 10am and 4pm, and end from west to east between 4pm and 8pm.
Steady rain will arrive Friday, as a slow moving cold front (from the west) combines with tropical moisture riding northward along the east coast.