WEATHER BLOG: Summer Over?The first two days of fall didn’t feel at all like fall, but it looks here to stay starting today.
WEATHER BLOG: Hot And HumidA cold front sinking south over the past couple of days stalled over southern Pennsylvania and has now begun moving back north through Pennsylvania as a warm front.
WEATHER BLOG: Cool DownThe heat which dominated the region for much of July will fade heading into early next week. Today could end the streak of 9 straight days of 90 or above.
WEATHER BLOG: Quiet WeatherToday is still expected to be a fairly humid day, too with dewpoints no lower than the upper 60s. Quiet weather should prevail tonight into tomorrow, although there may be some fog developing overnight.
WEATHER BLOG: Hot, Quite UncomfortableHot it was on Saturday. Dew points did stay rather high, making it quite uncomfortable. Highs topped at 98 at the airport and 99 Downtown, shy of the records.
WEATHER BLOG: Dry And ComfortableTo recap Saturday a few showers and thunderstorms fired ahead of a cold front, producing locally heavy rain across the area.
WEATHER BLOG: Another Steamy DayFor today, we will remain pre-frontal into the afternoon hours allowing for another round of thunderstorms to develop.
WEATHER BLOG: Threat For ShowersIt was a beautiful end to the week across the area with plenty of sunshine and highs into the 80s.
WEATHER BLOG: Beautiful SundayA weak ridge of high pressure will cross the area today and although daytime heating will cause some clouds to mix with sun, it will be quite comfortable. High pressure will remain ridged across the area tonight with fair skies and comfortable conditions.
WEATHER BLOG: Awesome August DayThe wonderful weather we have been experiencing will continue into the weekend as a weak area of high pressure noses down from Canada.
WEATHER BLOG: FridayHigh pressure nosing in from the west providing a hot but less humid WNW flow this afternoon and lots of sunshine.
WEATHER BLOG: Friday & Father Day'sThere have been some showers and thunderstorms around early this morning, but many of these should diminish as we progress through the late morning.