Snow will arrive in the Delaware Valley late Saturday morning/early afternoon.
But all eyes are focused on Saturday when our next storm arrives.
Here we go again! The weather pattern continues to be very active. Snow lovers this is for you!
A Winter Weather Advisory continues for the region into early Monday morning for sleet and freezing rain.
3 to 6 inches of snow could fall until a gradual changeover to rain overnight.
Snow and sleet accumulations of a coating to 1″ are possible for Philly and the N&W suburbs and 1-2″ for the Lehigh Valley & Poconos.
Saturday serves as a quiet transition day between Friday’s mild rain and Sunday’s cold wet. Computer models agree that wet weather moves in on Sunday, preceded by cloud cover early in the day.
The expected Arctic blast blowing through the area Sunday will keep it feeling below freezing all day and night.
The coldest air of the season rides out of Canada on strong winds and makes a too early and too long trip to the Delaware Valley.
The timing now brings in precipitation late on Tuesday and gone by early Thursday.
A developing and slow moving nor’easter will impact the region over the next several days with rain and wind.
The Harvest Moon tends to rise earlier than other full moons, so moonrise often occurs around sunset. This often gives the moon a reddish cast, and as it’s rising, it appears very large and imposing.
Did you know that the United States also gets a monsoon?
August 2013 will go down in the record books as being the only August since 1984 without a 90 degree day.
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