Showers are possible on Monday and Tuesday, but the big story is a large storm system that could swing through on Christmas Eve.
Partly sunny skies will return for Wednesday and it will be breezy with wind gusts up to 25 mph. However, high temperatures remain above average for one more day with highs in the lower 50s.
Although the first half of Tuesday will be dry, expect some wet weather during the afternoon and evening hours.
After a week of mostly cloudy skies, the stubborn clouds over the past few days finally gave way to some sunshine today.
Clouds will eventually give way to some sunshine this afternoon, but it will then disappear tonight just as quickly as it came, as a minor system will bring a few showers for Tuesday.
The stubborn system that has been plaguing us for several days is still leisurely moving away. So while clouds will still be in the picture, the sun should be returning in increasing amounts over the next 48 hours.
Snow continued to fall in Warminster and surrounding areas Thursday night as temperatures dipped near the freezing mark. Residents say crews spent the day clearing the roads.
As you step out the door this morning, you may be asking yourself, “Am I walking into a Christmas card?”
Clouds plus rain and snow showers are rotating around the large area of low pressure that brought the heavy rain, high winds and significant flooding yesterday.
After a soaking morning across much of the Delaware Valley, many locations are beginning to catch a bit of a break.
A developing Nor’easter will impact the area over the next couple of days with heavy rain, gusty winds and even snow for parts of the Delaware Valley.
It’s not shaping up to be the nicest week across the Delaware Valley. A classic nor’easter will make for a messy midweek.
The heaviest rain will fall during the morning into early afternoon on Tuesday
Like a hairdryer blowing those wet strands, gusty winds will help Saturday’s inch of rain evaporate from the ground today. Good thing, since another soaking rain comes in starting very early on Tuesday.
After picking up around 1″ of rain on Saturday, the Delaware Valley will dry out for the second half of the weekend.