If you are a fan of cooler and less humid conditions you will enjoy the forecast into the holiday weekend.
If you are a fan of warm weather you are going to enjoy this weekend.
After a brief dip in the mercury today, the heat is back starting Thursday – and by the weekend, it’s going to feel like mid-summer here in Philadelphia!
At the shore this weekend we expect partly sunny skies on Saturday with a high in the mid 60s. Sunday looks better with mostly sunny skies and highs in the low 70s with light wind.
Despite more clouds and cooler temperatures, today is not going to be a bad day; just not as stellar as yesterday.
Today stayed cool and cloudy but the showers mainly missed us to the west, so at least we didn’t need to break out the rain gear. The next four days will be evenly divided between lovely and… not so lovely.
Temperatures today get close to 60 degrees and that is close to 8 degrees below normal. The sun gets to duke it out with some clouds but generally the day stays dry.
Weather: Freeze Warnings And Frost Advisories Posted For Second Night In A Row Across The Delaware Valley
Temperatures will plummet to near record lows again and you’ll definitely need the jacket as you step out tonight or early Saturday morning.
A spring freeze is ahead for our region over the next few days.
The rain follow on Monday (computer estimates from half and in to more than an inch) and that should splatter all the expensive lawn additives into the ground, if not washing away a few of the lighter seeds.
Wednesday, is that you? Nope, it’s Thursday! It just looks and feels like Wednesday.
A cold front draped across the eastern half of the US is bringing clouds and rain to much of the Delaware Valley this morning. The remainder of the day will play out differently depending on where you are.
Of the weekend siblings, Sunday is the better day this weekend.
The weather gets to the April normals this weekend, which is a huge improvement. The normal is 62 and the temps Saturday reach that, if not a degree or two higher.
Why are temperatures so chilly all of a sudden? A ‘backdoor’ front is now to the south of us, allowing an onshore flow to invade the Delaware Valley.