Despite a duo of nearby disturbances, Delaware Valley residents can look forward to a pretty quiet (and MILD!) weekend. Ironically, the mildest day of the next 7 comes on Sunday, which of course marks the first ever cold weather Super Bowl.
Bitterly cold air continues to plague the Philadelphia region, and there’s a good chance we don’t even see a seasonable day until next month.
The Delaware Valley may not see a significant warm up — or even a seasonable day — until AFTER the Super Bowl!
Two areas of low pressure are converging on the greater Philadelphia region, set to leave behind significant snow and dangerously cold air. Snowfall begins around sunset and won’t let up until Friday late in the morning.
A relatively tranquil weather pattern will help kick off the New Year in Philadelphia. However, don’t expect it to last very long! The ingredients of our next snow storm are starting to organize in the central U.S.
Tired of the cold and the snow? You’re in luck!
Another system is set to streak across the Midwest and arrive in the Delaware Valley in time for the morning drive Tuesday.
The best shot for snow was through the north and west-most counties, and Winter Storm Warnings remain in effect until early Sunday morning for that region.
The next storm set to deliver fresh snow to the Delaware Valley continues to gather strength and moisture in the central U.S., eventually streaking through the Ohio Valley and arriving just in time for the weekend.
The Thursday morning commute was accompanied by a few renegade snow showers through the northern counties in the Delaware Valley, all courtesy of a supplemental cold front.
The Delaware Valley has begun to settle into a multi-day deep freeze. Even despite a break from stormy weather and sunshine in the forecast through the end of the work week, the mercury will struggle to hit the freezing mark the next few days.
As a large storm encroaches on the Delaware Valley, the Eyewitness Weather Team continues to fine tune the details.
The summer season is officially underway and off to a great start! We can thank high pressure, which remains anchored overhead.
Make way for an early start to the dog days of summer! The Delaware Valley about to feel the heat with a spike on the thermometer to round out May and usher in the month of June.
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