Not great, not bad either! That’s the story for the next few days.
Simply put, if you liked the weather you saw outside today (sunny, warm, brilliant blue sky), you will LOVE the weekend.
Call me crazy, but I think that this weekend will indeed be the most wonderful of the entire year for tranquil, comfortable weather, and I’ll tell you why.
The beautiful early fall weather has been put on hold for a few days. The culprit? A strengthening coastal storm is nudging up the eastern seaboard, putting a damper on what would otherwise be a stellar week.
High pressure building into the northeast will bring us pleasant weather for today, and for most of the weekend.
Thursday will be pleasantly mild, with a high of 76, but then a cool front slips through at night, knocking the temperatures back again for Friday.
Be Well Philly, Run215 and Philadelphia Runner have created “Run to Work Day Philly,” and they’re asking commuters to lace up their sneakers and pound the pavement instead of walking, biking, driving or taking mass transit to work.
Yesterday was close to average with a high of 84, but highs today, tomorrow and Saturday surge back to around 90 with high humidity.
So much for the ‘end’ of summer! The Delaware Valley could see as many 90 degree readings this week as all of August.
A large dome of high pressure offshore is sending a very warm, moisture-rich air mass our way, allowing not just a spike in temperatures (low 90’s and upper 80’s Labor Day afternoon), but also soaring humidity levels. By Tuesday, a cold front will cross late in the day to at least help wipe out the humidity.
Ruben Amaro Jr. talks about Domonic Brown’s struggles, Jonathan Papelbon’s trade value, and if we’ll see Maikel Franco this season.
Pope Francis has confirmed he wants to go to the United States next year and is considering a three-city trip in September 2015.
Center City District Restaurant Week is back next month and more than one hundred restaurants are participating.
After a few weeks of quiet weather in the Atlantic Basin, we’re starting to see some signs of life.
After surveillance video was released to the public, several anonymous tips were received identifying Clifton Morris, 28, as the suspect.