It’s the kind of forecast you want to put on repeat. Whether you’re barbecuing, bike riding, beach bumming, or just basking in the backyard, the weather cooperates this Memorial Day:
AccuWeather and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration each predict a slower than usual Atlantic hurricane season.
Although most of the daylight hours are dry Friday, a new storm will trigger rain and likely thunderstorms closer toward evening.
A potent cold front marching east will slice through the summer-like warmth of recent days.
The countdown is on! One last very mild day remains in our forecast before a potent Spring storm slices through all the warmth we’ve built up. Daytime highs will flirt with 80 degrees Monday, especially where there’s more sunshine.
Anyone else squealing with glee in anticipation of the weekend?
Interesting fact: Philadelphia, Mississippi reported golf ball and egg-sized hail Sunday night.
A large and potent storm has been responsible for several days of severe weather, not to mention significant snow for the central portion of the U.S. However, the Delaware Valley will only have to endure a nuisance.
A rude winter awakening looms on the horizon, so enjoy the warmth while you can! Tuesday is providing a well-deserved forecast of quiet weather, some sun and mild temperatures in the low 60’s (our normal high is 51.)
Philadelphia was just shy of tying a record low Friday morning with the thermometer bottoming out at 11 degrees.
The Presidents’ Day chill will set the stage for yet another round of snow into Tuesday morning.
“The old-fashioned term would be ‘cabin fever,’ ” notes psychologist Frank Farley of Temple University. He says the impact of this winter goes way beyond Seasonal Affective Disorder.
This will be an all-day event Thursday, and since the rain/snow line will gradually lift north as we approach daylight, we have a variety pack of precipitation expectations and impacts.
But yes, a large storm looms on the horizon. Winter Storm Watches are already slated to take effect late Wednesday night, a sign there’s high confidence that this storm will significantly impact our region.
Another week, another threat for major winter weather — this time on Thursday.