While this storm isn’t going to be Armageddon, it will certainly be a strong nor’easter with significant winter weather implications.
As we approach the midway point in November, daily high temperatures through next week will feel more like those of December instead!
Shower chances will increase tonight with low temperatures in the 50s.
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.
Autumn is getting off to a nice start, with lots of sunshine and cool temperatures. Tuesday will be similar to Monday, with even less cloud cover.
The storms Wednesday afternoon into Wednesday evening produced an amazing amount of lightning strikes.
Tuesday will stay dry with partly sunny skies but you will feel the increase in the humidity levels with high sin the upper 80s. The core of the hottest and humid air will arrive on Wednesday.
Steamy and stormy will become clearing and cooler by midweek, but we’ll have to get through Monday and Tuesday first.
With a sluggish cold front finally off-shore, the Delaware Valley can expect mainly dry conditions to end the week and into the weekend.
Thursday won’t be a bad day … you’ll just have to once again keep an eye to the sky during the afternoon hours.
Residents and workers in Chester County try to get through the day without power.
Severe thunderstorms last night brought high winds to the Delaware Valley and led to numerous reports of damage, mostly caused by downed trees and power lines.
The search for a man missing after his boat capsized in the Delaware River resumed Thursday morning.
A Heat Advisory is in effect for numerous counties in the Delaware Valley until 8 p.m. Wednesday.
The heat is certainly on for the first day of July. We expect highs to reach the 90 degree mark, but it will feel even warmer when you factor in dew point and humidity levels.