Rough seas act as a warning of things to come as wet, windy weather is about to soak the shore.
While this storm isn’t going to be Armageddon, it will certainly be a strong nor’easter with significant winter weather implications.
Winter Storm Watches have been posted all across the region as a powerful system moves up the eastern seaboard, developing into a full-blown nor’easter.
Hopefully you didn’t pack away all of the lighter clothes just yet!
The heavy winds and rain left thousands across the Philadelphia region without power Monday morning.
It looks like a rain changing to snow event for the region on Wednesday and Wednesday night.
One more chilly day before a gradual (and well deserved) warm-up.
When the thermometer is expected to reach the 40s, and you hear the phrase “at least it’s not as bad as yesterday” uttered a full week before Thanksgiving, you KNOW it has been really cold.
Philadelphia had the record low of 20 tied, while Georgetown and Reading set new ones altogether at 19 and 17, respectively.
Several Code Blue weather advisories have been issued across the Delaware Valley.
It was a day for parkas, mittens, hot chocolate and roaring fireplaces as the afternoon temperature didn’t rise above the freezing mark in Philadelphia – and with winds gusting over 30mph, it didn’t feel much warmer than the teens all day. This is drastic cold for the time of year – our normal high for November 18 is 54 degrees and our normal LOW is 39 – so we didn’t even come close.
An arctic blast has enveloped the Delaware Valley, with no end immediate end in sight – that will have to wait until next week.
As Arctic air spills into the Delaware Valley overnight, skies will clear. Sustained winds, 15-20 miles-an-hour will continue, and morning wind chills be drop into the teens. The clear skies will provide a good view of the annual Leonid Meteor Shower. Best viewing right before sunrise!
Montgomery County has issued a Code Blue over the next couple of days.
A steady, soaking rain for much of the Delaware Valley on this 3rd Monday in November.