When it rains it pours, at least lately. This month was the wettest June on record in Philadelphia and more heavy rain is expected as we head into Sunday afternoon right through Tuesday.
It feels like a scene right out of the movie “Groundhog Day.” The Philadelphia region has been stuck in the same steamy weather pattern since earlier this week, and the pattern doesn’t look to be breaking anytime in the near future.
Motorists are asked to use alternative routes in these areas.
In the wake of the heavy rainfall dumped on our area from Tropical Storm Andrea, we now have more heavy rain crossing the region today – and perhaps yet another chance for flooding later in the week. A tornado watch was also issued.
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Sandy is being retired from the list of tropical storm names because of the catastrophic damage its massive size and strength caused along the East Coast last year.
Windy and rainy conditions are what people in Kennett Square, Chester County dealt with Wednesday morning and afternoon.
Low pressure over southern Virginia continues to intensify this afternoon proving rain, snow and wind across the mid-Atlantic.
We have one last dry day before a potent late-season winter storm moves into the region.
A mid-February chance of snow for the Delaware Valley from a fast moving low pressure system to our south.
Tuesday will be a nicer day compared to Monday with no umbrellas required with some sun and a high temperature of 46. However, it will be a breezy day with gusts peaking around 30 mph in between systems.
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Friday night, travel on area roads will become increasingly difficult, with blowing snow and reduced visibility. Snow could fall at a rate of 1-2″ an hour for a few hours in our Warning Area, and winds will gust to 30 miles-an-hour.
A coastal low (okay, a Nor’easter) looks to be eyeing the East Coast, and it’s packing a variety of weather conditions.
When it comes to weather, first and foremost, remember that it is early February.