Meteorologist Chelsea Ingram joined CBS 3’s Eyewitness News weather team in May, 2017. You can see her as part of the station’s weekend morning news team and on the road and with CBS 3’s Mobile Weather Watcher in communities throughout the Philadelphia market during the week.
Chelsea has been part of the CBS family since 2013 when she joined WJZ-TV in Baltimore, Maryland. She began her broadcasting career as a meteorologist at WFFF/WVNY in Burlington, Vermont.
While working in Vermont, Chelsea represented the state in the 2013 Miss America Pageant. A talented operatic singer, she has also performed the National Anthem at Orioles home games when she worked in the Baltimore market.
Chelsea is a graduate of North Carolina State University where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology. She attended graduate school at Lyndon State College in Vermont with course work in Broadcasting.
A native of Raleigh, North Carolina, Chelsea and her husband, Michael, now make their home in Wilmington, Delaware. In her free-time, Chelsea enjoys exploring the outdoors, traveling and spending time with her Yorkipoo dog, Doppler.
We have been enjoying a gorgeous stretch of sunshine and comfortable humidity levels but that is all going to change starting this weekend.
Sunday is expected to be the hottest day, but the heat will continue all the way into the upcoming week.
Areas north of Philadelphia, like the Lehigh Valley and Poconos will have the higher likelihood of staying dry today because they are farther away from the front.
We will get to enjoy a much-needed lull in the action this afternoon.
Most importantly, remember, when thunder roars — go indoors!
By Wednesday we begin a summer-like 3-day stretch with highs in the 80s!
The number one severe weather killer: flash floods.
It lasted only a few seconds but was strong enough to damage local businesses, residences and cars when it tore through around 75MPH!
High pressure will dominate the forecast this weekend promoting bright sunshine.
A backdoor cold front will swing through with temperatures likely falling into the 40s by Sunday afternoon as an east wind takes over.
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The Arctic sea ice extent is at the second lowest level it’s ever been on record.
An upper-level disturbance swinging through the atmosphere this morning will be responsible for bringing some areas (not all) a quick dusting or coating of snow.
Talk about coming in like a lion, March of 2018 has been relentless.
Beyond today, all eyes turn toward the potential for nor’easter #4 next week.
We are continuing to keep a close eye on what will become our third nor’easter since the beginning of March.
There has been a lot of talk this week over a potential third nor’easter for our region.
March came in with a giant roar as a nor’easter brought howling winds, rain and a windswept snow to the region.
The forecast remains on track as we prepare for some winter weather to arrive tonight.
A mild, but very wet weekend is setting up for the Delaware Valley with a soaking rain on the way.
We are tracking another system that will arrive on Sunday with an approaching cold front from the west.
The rain has been mainly light/steady in nature, but some locations have dealt with pockets of moderate rain, especially south and east of the city.
Many roads are snow-covered, both in the city and in the suburbs, and multiple accidents have been reported on the roadways.
The bitter cold has taken over the Delaware Valley.
Tracking two systems that could impact your holiday plans and travel.
With recent trends in computer models, there is a reasonable chance for precipitation in our area the night of Christmas Eve into Christmas morning.
The bulk of the accumulation will likely occur Saturday afternoon.
The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season has come to an end.
Winds like we are dealing with Sunday can make driving very difficult, especially for high-profile vehicles.