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Good morning! We want to give an update on the storm threat for the middle of next week (Monday night into Wednesday time frame). The very latest forecast guidance takes the storm a little farther south and east which lowers the probability of significant impacts over the area compared to previous thinking. That said, we are still a few days away so there is still a lot of uncertainty in the forecast. For this reason it is too soon to dismiss the threat of heavy rain, wet snow, and coastal flooding as the storm track could still shift northward again toward the region. Stay tuned! For the latest forecast details specific to your location, please visit weather.gov/phi and enter your city or zip code in the upper left.
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Here are tonight's expected low temperatures. #pawx #njwx #dewx #mdwx
16 hours ago
Good Afternoon! Have you heard about a coastal storm next week? One is forecast for Tuesday and Wednesday, and the image shows where the storm is currently forecast to be at 8 AM on Wednesday. While a storm is expected, we want to emphasize that the track and strength of the storm is uncertain and therefore the impacts to our area are also uncertain. Check the forecast over the next several days to get the latest updates. These are always available at: www.weather.gov/phi
27 hours ago
Good morning! The good news is that the official start of spring is only 4 days away but the bad news is we have yet another storm threat for next week. Forecast highlights are as follows: *Cool and blustery for today with highs generally ranging from the upper 30s to mid 40s. Winds will gust to around 30 mph making it feel even colder. *The weekend right through Monday will be mainly dry but continuing on the cool side with highs generally in the 40s, except 30s across the southern Poconos. The exception will be a system that will have to watched for tomorrow that may clip southern parts of the Delmarva with a period of rain in the afternoon. *A coastal storm is becoming increasingly likely for next Tuesday into Wednesday but the forecast details remain uncertain at this time. Snow, rain, and strong winds will all be possible with this storm. The graphic below depicts where the best chances for accumulating snow will be with this storm for the Tuesday into early Wednesday period...generally across central PA extending NE into the Poconos with lower chances along the I-95 corridor. For the latest forecast details specific to your location please visit weather.gov/phi and enter your city or zip code in the upper left.
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Good Thursday evening everyone! I know we are sounding like a broken record, but for those of you along and north of the Interstate 80 corridor in eastern Pennsylvania and northwestern New Jersey, fast moving snow showers and snow squalls will continue for the next few hours (through late this evening). Visibility near one half mile and a quick inch of snow accumulation are possible. If you are driving this evening, please exercise caution for rapidly changing visibility and slippery conditions.
44 hours ago
Skywarn Training Classes are now available Register at: http://www.weather.gov/phi/classes Questions? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
46 hours ago
Remember those warm, beautiful days in February, and we thought we would get through the winter unscathed? Well, Meteorological Spring started, and March has come in like a lion! Let's compare the first 2 weeks of March with February.
2 days ago
Good morning, there will be some sun this morning before considerable clouds return by this afternoon along with some scattered rain and snow showers, especially across the north through the southern Poconos and NW NJ. Once again, there could be some locally heavier squalls and this could last into this evening as a cold front moves through. Gusty and colder conditions will follow for tonight and Friday. The weekend looks mainly dry but we continue to monitor a storm threat for next Tuesday which could bring snow, rain or a mix of rain and snow. The best chances for snow will be across the north through the southern Poconos while rain is more likely near the coast. For forecast details specific to your location, please visit weather.gov/phi and enter your city or zip code in the upper left.
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