Temperatures in the Delaware Valley soared into the upper 60s this afternoon and it feels more like spring than December.
Health officials in Camden County have issued a Heat Alert for Saturday, May, 26th through Tuesday, May 29th.
It seems like Presidents Day weekend is a magnet for snowstorm potential. There have been some historical storms this time of year for the Delaware Valley.
Yesterday’s two-part storm dropped about ½ to 2 ½ inches of snow across the Delaware Valley and left us with very cold arctic air in its wake.
As we head into the last few days of January, the monthly temperatures remain well above average. You can blame the lack of cold so far on the La Nina pattern, which is cooler than average equatorial Pacific Ocean water temperatures.
The first widespread winter storm finally impacted the Delaware Valley this weekend dropping an average of 2-4” of snow with some amounts up to 6” and areas of freezing rain.
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Temperatures this weekend stayed below average as quick shot of arctic air blasted into the Delaware Valley. Highs on Saturday made it into the mid 30s with the average high being in the upper 30s.
Average temperatures this time of year are in the mid 60s but afternoon highs have been warmer than that.
The peak of hurricane season is still a few weeks away but we are watching Irene closely as she spins near the island of Hispaniola.
It was a comfortable start to the weekend, but now the heat and humidity have returned. Dew point temperatures, which measure the moisture content in the atmosphere, are very high right now in the low 70s.
We are in the middle of what is being called the longest and most intense Heat Wave of the summer and Friday is a record breaker.
We are in the middle of what will be the longest and most intense Heat Wave of the summer. The high temperature Wednesday was just 90 degrees, but the mercury will soar much higher than that during the next few days.
Excessive high temperatures in the Philadelphia area have prompted officials to issue an air quality alert Monday.
This first official weekend of summer ended up very pleasant with near average temperatures and low humidity. A trough or dip in the jet stream over the northeast this weekend has kept a cooler and drier air mass in place. As we move into the workweek the jet stream pattern will change a bit.
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