It’s going to be a chilly, breezy, damp and dreary day on Thursday for much of the region.
Tomorrow, the rain is not as much of a threat but showers will be with us at any time – tomorrow will be most notable for the wind and the chill. Highs will barely scrabble to the mid-50’s, but with winds gusting to 30mph, it will feel no better than the 40’s for much of the day.
Rain will continue to rotate through the region this afternoon, all part of a large, spinning are of low pressure.
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Shower chances will increase tonight with low temperatures in the 50s.
A slow moving area of low pressure will stall just east of the region, rotating in clouds and showers today through Thursday.
Clouds will be on the increase tonight ahead of the next storm system. The clouds will keep temperatures milder tonight with a low around 50 degrees.
With winter fast approaching, NOAA has released it’s 2014-15 Winter Outlook.
Many of us are thawing out after a cold morning that saw numerous places receive their first frosts of the season.
Bad weather takes the blame for most air traffic delays, whether it’s a blizzard that is blanketing Buffalo in snow or a Midwestern summer storm that shoots lightning around the airspace.
The midweek front that brought us clouds and rain is now long gone. The Delaware Valley is left with mostly clear skies, and dry conditions will dominate through the weekend.
The rain is pulling away, and the clouds will eventually give way to some sun. That will be the story of today as we transition towards a pretty nice weekend.
Off to the west sits a slow-moving cold front, with a large swath of rain. As this front meanders our way, it will spell rain and even some thunderstorms for much of the region. A breeze will also pick up this afternoon.
Any early morning fog and/or clouds will give way to some sunshine for the remainder of the day on Tuesday.
It was a cool start to the week as clouds and a few showers kept temperatures below average in the 60s today. A warm front will then push through the region tomorrow, brining in a warmer and more humid air mass.