Temperatures Take A Tumble After Heat WaveAfter a May heat wave with three days in a row of 90 degree high temperatures, a strong cold overnight will kick the August-like heat to the curb. The A/C will get a much needed nap as highs Saturday struggle to 70 degrees, but much drier air is set to bring significant humidity relief.
Researchers Predict 149 Percent Increase In Severe Air Turbulence By 2050Flying through turbulence is never fun, though it's usually nothing too scary, but that could change.
Science Center: The History Of Naming HurricanesLast week, the names Matthew as well as Otto, which caused major damage in Nicaragua and Costa Rica, were stricken from a list of alphabetical names used to identify and track tropical systems.
Weather Blog: Keep The Umbrella AroundA large swath of precipitation is presently overspreading the area. Expect steady rainfall for much of the overnight with times of heavy rain and embedded thunderstorms.
Weather Blog: Expect To See Steady Snowfall During Morning CommuteSnow squalls will locally reduce visibility and contribute to addition snowfall accumulation.
Weather Blog: Potential For Snow This WeekendA more potent storm system will impact the East Coast this weekend with the potential to bring measurable snow to parts of our area.
Warmer Winters Don't Mean Less SnowIn our warming world, the overall area of North America covered by snow is decreasing.
Weather: Area Could See Severe Storms This WeekThe Storm Prediction Center has issued a "Slight Risk" of severe weather for a majority of the area on Wednesday.
How Often Is He Correct? Punxsutawney Phil May Need A New Day JobThursday is Groundhog Day, but how often are our furry friend's forecast correct? We look at the percentages.
Weather: Multiple Chances For Snow To Hit Region Over Next WeekCold, Canadian air, typical the winter season will remain entrenched across the Delaware Valley through next week.
Weather Blog: Fog And Rain On The Way Dense Fog Advisory is in effect for the entire area overnight until 10am on Sunday. Expect widespread visibilities of less than 1/4 mile.