A sluggish system will help dictate the forecast in the Delaware Valley the next few days.
The next two days feature a “vanilla forecast.”
We start the work week with more of what we’ve gotten accustomed to: atypically comfortable air and a taste of autumn!
It didn’t feel like the middle of August this weekend with very low humidity levels and high temperatures slightly below average. If you enjoyed the weather, you will enjoy Monday’s conditions.
This weekend the Old Gal seems to be in party mode or maybe she just wants to see everyone in modest swim suits and immodest Speedos.
This morning, it was chilly in Philly! The low this morning fell all the way to 60 degrees, the lowest temperature of the month.
Stepping outside this morning, you may have been confused for a moment as to what month, or better yet, what season it was.
Incredibly heavy rains brought extensive flooding to the region Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
Overnight, the heavy rain will continue to push north through New Jersey, with showers and storms also moving through Philadelphia and surrounding suburbs as a cold front moves through.
Some small stream and urban flooding is possible tonight in any slow moving showers and thunderstorms.
After a beautiful weekend and dry start to the week, payback comes today.
A storm system currently situated over the Midwest will impact the region with rain and thunderstorms on Tuesday
After an absolutely fantastic August weekend, Monday will keep that feeling alive for one more day.
The stretch of warm and pleasant weather will come to an end this week.
You may have noticed the moon has been looking bigger and brighter recently. A Supermoon will occur on Sunday afternoon.