Enjoy the seasonable temperatures now because the coldest air of the season is about to invade the Delaware Valley.
A developing and slow moving nor’easter will impact the region over the next several days with rain and wind.
Star-gazers and sky watchers will be treated with a rare show this weekend as weather conditions are ideally setting up for viewing of the Perseid Meteor Shower.
Mother Nature is soaking the region again today with over five inches of rain in parts of the region.
Andrea was downgraded to a post-tropical cyclone today, but not before dumping copious amounts of rainfall on the area.
Andrea is currently spinning in the Gulf of Mexico about 300 miles southwest of Tampa, Florida.
We have been keeping an eye on a developing storm tonight which has prompted Winter Storm Watches across southern portions of our viewing area. An area of low pressure will ride up along a stalled front on Thursday as colder air digs in from the north. We’ll see plenty of clouds during the day in Philadelphia but the storm will have a difficult time spreading moisture this far north.
A large storm is sweeping across the country this Christmas Day with Snow, Ice & Heavy Rain.
Something special is about to happen the next couple of nights as the Earth passes through the debris of asteroid 3200 Phaethon.
Temperatures in the Delaware Valley soared into the upper 60s this afternoon and it feels more like spring than December.
Posted by Steve Strouss: The high temperature of 48 degrees today was the highest temperature in Philadelphia since January 1st. Before you get too comfortable, we are going to see some big changes this week.