Highs will struggle in the mid-60s and there is a chance of some afternoon showers.
A warm, humid and unstable air mass lingers over the Delaware Valley, giving us a chance of a shower or thunderstorm Wednesday morning and midday.
Today was bright but cold across the region, with temperatures averaging more than 10 degrees below normal and a gusty breeze making it feel even worse! But the good news is that we are entering into a period of quiet weather.
We got to 79 in Philadelphia today, a very welcome 79, the first warm day of the year.
This is a system that can’t decide whether it wants to be a winter or springtime event, a trait often found in the climatically transitional month of March. As a result, the Delaware Valley will get a taste of both seasons.
After a frigid Friday, temperatures rebound ever so slightly as we welcome in March this weekend, but we will also welcome yet another winter storm, our 15th of the season.
Many of us woke up this morning to fresh falling snow, but we finished out the afternoon in sunshine and with climbing temperatures.
The snow has ended in our area, but we are left with a mess to clean up, and now, we are dealing with the bitter cold.
By late morning, the bulk of the snow had pulled away from the region with clearing skies behind it and bitter cold temps.
Once we reach the 90 mark tomorrow, this will officially be the fourth heat wave of the year, and it looks like it will run seven days this time, each one hotter than the last.
A warm front continues to move through the Delaware valley Tuesday evening, allowing for a mild air mass to briefly return.
With temperatures expected to be near 50 on Wednesday, it might not feel like winter just yet, but a Center City restaurant is offering a special deal that will have you wishing for super low temps.
The mild winter continues as spring-like temperatures return to the forecast over the next few days.
January ended and February begins with spring-like temperatures. Highs both days soared into the 60s ranging 20-25 degrees above the average.
Yesterday’s early season snowstorm is long gone, but it has left cold air in its wake.