15 hours ago
Good afternoon Facebook friends! Very windy conditions are expected across the region on Sunday. Northwesterly winds 20 to 30 mph with gusts 40 to 50 mph are possible. If you have any loose outdoor objects, including outdoor decorations, please make sure they are well secured before the winds increase late Saturday night/early Sunday morning!
26 hours ago
Good Friday morning! Are you looking forward to the weekend? Significant changes in the weather are expected, courtesy of a strong cold front Saturday night. Check out our latest overview for today through Sunday.
35 hours ago
Traveling next week? Check out this resource from our colleagues at the NWS Weather Prediction Center for the Thanksgiving week. Safe travels to all!
43 hours ago
The Philadelphia NOAA All-Hazards Weather Radio Station KIH28 in Philadelphia, PA, broadcasting at a frequency of 162.475 MHz, has returned to service and is back on the air.
2 days ago
Good Thursday morning NWS Mount Holly followers and visitors to NJ, DE, E parts of PA and MD. WIND...that's going to be the featured weather later today, Sunday and possibly Tuesday or Wednesday of next week. So, its rained just about everywhere early this morning and quits around daybreak. Then its a rather nice midday with temps I-95 corridor eastward to the coasts, within a couple of degrees of 60. A brief early afternoon shower along and north of I-95..heralds the arrival of gusty cooling northwest winds - 25 to 35 MPH - lasting well into tonight. The next event is a period of warm showery rains Saturday night with amounts in the 0.1 to 0.5 inch range and temps believe it or not, in the 50s just before midnight Saturday night for the I-95 corridor eastward. Strong westerly cooling winds arrive by daybreak Sunday, gusts near 45 mph at times during Sunday morning. Definitely stronger than what we'll experience late today. Thanksgiving...seasonable and probably dry (a Day 8 forecast ---always subject to change).
2 days ago
A band of showers crossing the Appalachians this evening is expected to move into eastern PA around midnight and the Delaware Valley between 2-4 AM before eventually moving off the NJ and DE coast mid morning. Rainfall amounts will be light. Gusty winds and colder air arrive behind a cold front late in the day tomorrow.
2 days ago
The Philadelphia NOAA All-Hazards Weather Radio station KIH28 in Philadelphia, PA, broadcasting at a frequency of 162.475 MHz, continues to experience a degraded signal that could result in static and low volume at times. Technicians are working to resolve the issue. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. http://www.weather.gov/phi/wxradio
3 days ago
Good Wednesday morning NWS Mount Holly FB friends and visitors to NJ, DE, E parts of both PA and MD. A relatively boring (for some of us) seasonably cold pattern is expected for the next week or two. That bodes well for most of us. Rain and fog occurs late tonight. Showers again on Saturday night. Otherwise, we just expect breezy conditions Thursday afternoon and again Sunday. Thanksgiving: Just a little too early to say. What about November as a whole? November should average below normal, maybe on the order of 1-3 degrees below, which contrasts with November a year ago which averaged 1-3 degrees above normal. The pattern as modeled by USA, Canadian and European models indicates frequent reloading of a cold trough in the northeast United States through the end of the month.
3 days ago
KIH-28, Philadelphia has been up and down all day. When it is up, it is very quiet. Every once and a while, you will hear beeping in the background.
4 days ago
Good Tuesday morning NWS Mount Holly FB friends and visitors to NJ/DE/e part of MD and PA. It's a frosty early morning in the countryside. Generally decent weather is expected the next few days. Maybe a bit of rain Wednesday night to be followed by a breezy Thursday afternoon-evening. Plenty of sunshine is forecast on Friday. A period of showers Saturday should accompany a cold front with brisk below normal chill for next Sunday and Monday.
5 days ago
Light wintry mix may be possible late tonight across portions of eastern Pennsylvania and northwestern New Jersey. Precipitation is expected to begin to move into the area late tonight into early Monday morning. If the precipitation moves in to areas west of the Interstate 95 corridor before day break, this could result in slippery conditions for the Monday morning commute. For the latest forecast for your location, visit www.weather.gov/phi
A new low temperature record of 22 degrees was set at Trenton for Nov 11. This breaks the old record of 25 set in 1987 and 1973. This temperature could drop more going into daybreak.
Record low temperatures set on Nov 10! Mount Pocono - 14 degrees. Old record 15 in 2003. Reading - 20. Old record 21 in 2003. Trenton - 23. Ties old record set in 2003.