If you have been asking where winter is… you won’t be asking that question for the rest of the week.
The first snow of the season is on its way.
A few more showers will be possible this evening with conditions drying out overnight. Skies will also clear and cooler air will move in behind the cold front as winds also pick up.
The cold air in the lowest parts of the atmosphere is slowly getting scoured out this morning as temperatures have risen into the 40s everywhere and the threat for ice has clearly ended.
Winter weather advisories have expired for the region as warmer air continues to move in.
This high is creating a classic cold airdamming set up across the eastern US and will keep cold air in place today.
A pretty dry and calm day holding on and transitioning into a peaceful evening. However, by dawn we could start seeing precipitation moving in. Temps will dictate what falls around the region.
Our forecast is still on track for a wet, but becoming warm weekend, but that’s not the case in Pittsburgh.
Official high for the first day of 2015 checked is around 43 degrees. That’s very seasonable for this time of year.
The New Year is getting off to a very chilly start, and even though we’re expecting a good deal of sunshine today –most temperatures will be no higher than mid 30s again this afternoon. The […]
A chilly are of high pressure centered over the Plains and Mississippi Valley is spreading cold air all the way to the East Coast. This means that anyone who plans to be outside for New Year’s Eve festivities tonight should properly bundle up!
Let’s keep it simple today, just like the weather itself. Sunny this afternoon, clear tonight, and Sunny tomorrow. Simple. Temps on the chilly side of seasonal, but no big HIT of cold. Simple.