Free water ice, everyone. All over the roads, the walkways, parking lots, steps, etc. No flavors except “ouch,” if you end up slipping on it.
The calendar says it all – if it is close to a weekend, than the weather is either lousy or getting there. This weekend is no exception.
After a morning with near-record lows and highs only in the teens (almost 30 degrees below average), we shift our attention to a storm brewing to the west that will bring another messy mixed bag of winter weather to the area late Saturday afternoon and evening.
The Delaware Valley will be in Winter’s grip this weekend so it will be a great time to snuggle up with your Valentine.
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As we should be used to by now, we have another wet weather system moving in for Monday. This one, like the last several, will be short on snow and long on forecasting challenges.
Friday will be a quiet, but cold day to end the week. It’s a ‘warm-up-your-car’ kind of morning, indeed.
Happy Groundhog Day! Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow this morning (for the 102nd time) and predicts six more weeks of winter, but for snow lovers in Philadelphia, it seems that winter never arrived.
Every possible type of winter precipitation takes aim on the Delaware Valley as we move through the day and night.
We’re still looking for a similar set up storm-wise for late Sunday into Monday, mostly rain south (Delaware and southern New Jersey) with rain/snow/sleet/freezing rain from 1-3 inches in Philadelphia and suburban points just east and west.
An arctic air mass and whipping winds will drive wind chills below zero Saturday morning.
Saying he will always err to the side of safety, Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter is standing by his decision to close government offices Tuesday.
Weather forecasters around the Delaware Valley missed the mark in predicting this winter storm.