7 hours ago
Here is a visible satellite image from 7:47 pm, with the sun beginning to lower in the western sky. If you look closely, you can see the long shadow cast by a cumulonimbus cloud located to the north of Scranton. The shadow extends all the way to northern New Jersey. The yellow arrows point to the shadow.
14 hours ago
Early afternoon weather update: A band of moderate rain with a few rumbles of thunder is pushing out of southeastern PA and making its way through central and southern NJ and the northern half of Delmarva. This activity will continue over the next few hours before weakening and pushing offshore. There will remain a slight chance of showers through the evening, especially in areas that clear out quickly this afternoon.
21 hours ago
Good Sunday morning Facebook Friends! Weather-wise, there are two things we are watching for today. 1. Scattered thunderstorms are possible primarily for locations north and west of the Interstate 95 corridor. Heavy rain and dangerous lightning are expected to be the primary threats with any storms. For the latest radar images, visit: https://radar.weather.gov/Conus/northeast.php 2. A moderate risk for the formation of dangerous rip currents continues today for the New Jersey shore and Delaware Beaches. For more information about rip current safety, visit: https://www.weather.gov/safety/ripcurrent
28 hours ago
Good Evening Facebook Friends! As of 10:30 PM on Saturday evening, a line of thunderstorms was moving into NW NJ and the southern Poconos. This will continue to spread south for the next few hours. Heavy rain and wind gusts to 35 mph will be possible with the strongest storms. For the latest radar visit: https://radar.weather.gov/Conus/northeast.php
31 hours ago
Long period swells from Subtropical Storm Beryl will continue to reach the coast of Delaware and New Jersey on Sunday. As a result, there will again be a moderate risk for the development of dangerous rip currents. If you will be at the shore on Sunday, follow the advice of local beach patrols. Do not swim in the ocean unless a life guard is present.
35 hours ago
Chances for afternoon and evening showers and thunderstorms returns Sunday and lasts through through the beginning of the week along with increasing temperatures and humidity. Widespread showers and storms are expected Tuesday as a cold front approaches the area, then pleasant and dry weather is expected for the end of the week. Enjoy the rest of your weekend!
2 days ago
There is a Coastal Flood Advisory for Atlantic and Cape May Counties for this evening. Widespread minor flooding is expected in low-lying areas near shorelines and tidal waterways. The minor flooding should be more isolated from LBI north and on the DE coast. #njwx #dewx
2 days ago
Block Cleaning 1800 Gladstone We Have a Block Cleaning on July 14th . Please if you will not be at home on Saturday PLEASE Do the front of your house & Street in front of Your House On Friday Night . Paula Tereri has Bags And a Broom and will Be Out on Friday night . Bag Needs to be Place on the Corner of 19th and Gladstone Street even side of Gladstone by 2pm on Saturday . NO HOUSEHOLD TRASH . Thanks to everyone who can participate.
2 days ago
Happy Friday! A dry start to the weekend will be followed by increasing temperatures, humidity, and chances for afternoon thunderstorms Sunday and Monday. A cold front is expected to move through late Tuesday, which will likely bring more widespread thunderstorms across the area Tuesday and early Wednesday. Have a nice weekend!
2 days ago
Come one, come all, to the 3rd Annual Point Breeze Community Cookout, co-sponsored by East Point Breeze Neighbors and Neighbors In Action Association. Hot dogs and burgers will be provided, along with some games and entertainment for the kids. Bring a side dish or a snack to share. Find out more at our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/624436621268201/ http://epbneighbors.org/news/2018/7/13/point-breeze-community-cookout-saturday-july-21st-at-12pm/
2 days ago
Good Morning Facebook Friends! Patchy fog will be possible through mid morning across southeastern New Jersey, central and southern Delaware, and northeastern Maryland. Visibility as low as one quarter mile will be possible at times. Please be careful if driving in these areas this morning. Allow extra time to reach your destination, and if you encounter fog, reduce speed and increase the following distance with the vehicle in front of you.
3 days ago
The second day of annual "Peace Week" initiative will kick off with our annual "Ball 4 Peace Basketball Game" at Smith Playground on Tuesday , July 31st st 6:00 PM. It will be team @mone_moore vs Team @scoop__jardine. Each day of our Peace Week will be in remembrance of someone that was a victim of gun violence from South Philadelphia and this game will be in memory of @camarorob7st . The music will be provided by @djantliva7362 and will be hosted by @djdiamondkuts S/O to the Ralph Brooks League for being apart of this event. Thank you to @daily.dove.care for being our official sponsor for this game! #uitcpeaceweek18
3 days ago
A big thank you to several of our co-op weather observers that we visited last week. Also, thanks to NWS Eastern Region Headquarters Observations Program Leader Chris Stachelski for presenting these awards on behalf of our office. The Pennsylvania Fish Commission was recognized for 25 years of observations at Bucksville, PA (1st photo). The Upper Montgomery Joint Authority was recognized with a Honored Institution Award for 50 years of service for observations taken at the Palm 3 SE, Pennsylvania site (2nd photo). James from Villanova is pictured along with his furry helper demonstrating just how fun being a weather observer can be (3rd photo)! Much thanks is extended to all of our many co-op weather observers and spotters for your dedicated work. The information you supply is vital to our office in supplying the most timely and accurate forecasts and warnings possible to all of our forecast area. If you are a weather enthusiast and are interested in helping our office by becoming a co-op observer, please contact us via email at email@example.com or send us a PM with your name, address, and phone number!
3 days ago
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3 days ago
Here is a look at the current conditions and today's forecast highs for several locations. Most locations should enjoy partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the low to mid 80s with upper 70s in the Poconos. For more detailed forecasts, visit our webpage: https://www.weather.gov/phi/.
4 days ago
Minor flooding is occurring along our coast due to an onshore wind and the high astronomical tides associated with the new moon. There may again be some minor flooding around the evening high tides on Thursday and Friday.
4 days ago
Hope everyone is having a great Wednesday. Here is a look at the high temperatures for the area this afternoon. We are looking at a nice summer day, with mostly sunny conditions! There is a slight chance of a pop-up shower east of I-95, but coverage will be very limited at best.
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4 days ago
Did you just say #FreeMargaritas PhillyTacos? See you tonight!
4 days ago
This Saturday! Dawn will have recycling bins and voter registration forms too.
5 days ago
Happy Tuesday all! We are looking at a quiet forecast today with temperatures in the upper 80s to low 90s. If you are headed to the beach, note that there is moderate risk for dangerous rip currents along the Delaware and New Jersey shores. Wave heights from 2-4 feet with longer periods due in part to Tropical Storm Chris off the North Carolina Coast will likely develop stronger rip currents. Know the signs to help spot dangerous rip currents and enjoy a safe day at the beach. To view the forecast for your beach and to learn more visit our beach forecast page: https://www.weather.gov/beach/phi.
6 days ago
Here's a quick look at Tropical Storm Chris. Chris is expected to become a Category 1 hurricane later today, but is NOT expected to directly impact our area weather-wise as it begins moving away from the coast to the northeast over the next couple of days. However, Chris will cause a significant rip current threat over the next few days in addition to high surf, rough waters, and increased swells. For more information about rip currents, visit this page: https://www.weather.gov/safety/ripcurrent
If you're not doing anything today, please come out to the Cafe and support some families that were victims of a fire. When tragedy strikes in our community, we should never just sit back and let things be, we have to step up to the plate and help our neighbors. I would love to see you there today. It would really mean a lot to me and more importantly the families. The families will be in attendance today.I don't ask people for much, but I would love for you to come and show support today.You can Cash App a donation to $tracyA20 , if you can't make it.
A very refreshing morning underway after several days of heat and humidity. We've earned it! Here's a look at this morning's low temperatures across the area along with the record lows. No records were broken this morning, but a few locations came within a few degrees. Enjoy the rest of your weekend!
Temperatures are expected to warm comfortably into the upper 70s to around 80° this afternoon under sunny skies. Dry weather will continue through early next week as temperatures begin to rise back to normal and more humidity returns. We hope you're able to enjoy this wonderful summer weather! ☀️🏖️
Thunderstorms have dropped locally heavy rain across some areas this morning. Here are some of the higher rainfall reports that we have received. The heaviest rainfall has generally occurred near and along I-195 from Trenton to Point Pleasant Beach, where several inches has fallen. The rain was not widespread though, so some may not have received much rain at all. A Flash Flood Warning remains in effect until 12:30 pm for parts of Burlington, Monmouth, and Ocean Counties. There have been numerous reports of flooded roadways throughout these areas this morning. Remember to turn around, don't drown!
Heading to the beach this weekend? You're in luck! Saturday and Sunday will be perfect beach weather days with mild temperatures in the 70s, lower humidity, and sunny skies, however it will be a bit breezy. Scattered showers are expected today then the chance for showers and storms increases overnight tonight and into tomorrow as a cold front approaches the area. These storms may produce heavy rainfall can lead to minor flooding of poor drainage areas.
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🇺🇲️ Happy Fourth of July! 🇺🇲️ If you've got any outdoor activities planned tonight, here's a look at the hourly forecast temperatures through tomorrow morning. Most areas will be around 80° around sunset tonight, but it will be muggy. Areas in southeastern PA and northern NJ (generally north and west of I-95) are expected to see some showers and possibly a few thunderstorms through this evening. Enjoy your holiday! 🎆
We are currently watching some slow moving isolated to scattered storms develop and this will continue through the afternoon into the evening. These storms will be capable of producing very heavy rain and locally strong winds. If you experience any kind of severe weather, and it is safe to do so, please let us know!
Excessive Heat Warnings and Heat Advisories are still in effect through this evening, but we've got some good news! The heat wave that has been affecting the region over the last few days will finally come to an end after today! High temperatures through the end of the week are expected to be in the upper 80s to around 90°. Humidity levels will still be on the high side, but the heat won't be nearly as oppressive. A cold front is expected to move through the area late Friday which will usher in drier and more comfortable air for the weekend. Enjoy!
Dangerously hot conditions continue across the region through Tuesday. Here is the latest briefing package on this heat wave: https://www.weather.gov/media/phi/current_briefing.pdf
Tasker Street Missionary Baptist Church is hosting their annual Reconcile, Recover and Restore event.
Here is the latest briefing package on the hot weather: https://www.weather.gov/media/phi/current_briefing.pdf
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Today will be another very hot day as the summer heat wave continues. Almost the entire area is already above 90. Most everyone will see temperatures in the mid 90s to near the century mark. The apparent (feels like) temperatures will likely be between a brutal 100-106 for most of the area, especially the I-95 Urban Corridor. The only relief will be along the immediate coast where temperatures are forecast to be around 90. Included is a list of the record highs for our climate sites today along with a list of the last warmest day observed in 2017 for comparison. We've already shared many reminders of heat related safety, but just to reiterate: limit time outdoors today and try to remain in A/C, stay hydrated, check on neighbors, and don't leave children or pets unattended in vehicles! To check the forecast high along with any heat-related statements for your location, visit our webpage: https://www.weather.gov/phi/
Dangerously hot weather is forecast beginning Sunday through Tuesday, possibly lasting into Wednesday. Temperatures in the 90s to near 100 degrees combined with the humidity will lead to heat index values in the triple digits, especially Sunday and Monday. *Please like and share* Here is a link to the latest briefing package: https://www.weather.gov/media/phi/current_briefing.pdf
We are entering the first day of what will likely be a multi-day, extended heat wave for much of the forecast area. Here is a look at the forecast apparent air temperatures for this afternoon, or what it could feel like. Remember to take frequent breaks and avoid strenuous activity this afternoon if possible. Stay hydrated throughout the day to help prevent heat ehaustion/stroke and check on neighbors, especially the elderly or those in poor health. Also, never leave people or pets in locked vehicles, especially during hot summer days like today. Look before you lock! If heading to the beach to cool off, keep in mind that there is a moderate risk for the development of dangerous rip currents today.
In other weather-related news, some mountain/valley fog developed this morning through the Appalachians to our west. This type of fog often develops when air at higher elevations cools during the overnight hours. As the air cools, it becomes more dense and settles into nearby valleys of lower elevation. As the cooler air fills the valleys, the saturation point may be met, causing condensation or fog to form. Mountain/valley fog often forms on days when there is little to no surface wind, which would mix the air and prohibit it from draining into the valleys. This type of fog is not widespread and usually burns off quickly as the sun rises.
A long duration of excessive heat is expected across the region. You may know the drill, but we are going to remind you anwyay...
Dangerously hot weather is forecast beginning Sunday through Tuesday, possibly lasting into Wednesday. Temperatures in the 90s combined with the humidity will lead to heat index values around 100 to 105 degrees, especially Sunday and Monday. These conditions could lead to heat-related fatalities for at-risk populations such as the elderly and those in poor health, especially those in urban centers. Heat-related illness from prolonged outdoor exertion or extended exposure is also possible. Remember to drink plenty of fluids, wear light-colored loose-fitting clothing, take advantage of air-conditioning, and do not leave people or pets in vehicles. Check on your neighbors such as the elderly and those in poor health. Here is a link to the latest briefing package: https://www.weather.gov/media/phi/current_briefing.pdf *Please like and share!
Temperatures are on the rise today, and we will see even warmer temperatures with highs in the upper 90s through Monday. Highs will continue to stay on the warm side through next week and into Independence Day. Remember to take it easy if spending time outdoors and to stay hydrated to help lower your risk for heat exhaustion. For a look at the highs for your location visit our webpage:https://www.weather.gov/phi/.
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Areas of fog have developed in the river valleys of northern NJ and northeastern PA early this morning. Be prepared for locally reduced visibility if you will be traveling in those areas. The fog will dissipate shortly after sunrise. #njwx #pawx
Here is a listing of some of the record highs for Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, some of which have the possibility of being broken. Sunday and Monday are expected to be the hottest days with highs in the mid 90s and heat indices potentially above 100°F.
Trinity Academy Open House Thu, Jul 12, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Trinity Lutheran Church 2300 S 18th Street Trinity Academy is holding a series of open houses this summer to allow our community to see our space and meet our amazing teachers and staff. Join us to learn about all we offer and even enroll your youngsters in Pre-K or Kindergarten! Limited enrollment available for our small class sizes. Register now to guarantee your child's place!
Happening TODAY - Thursday, June 28th!
Here is a radar image from around 5:30 AM. The rain is moving to the ENE. The potential for locally heavy rain will continue in parts of eastern PA and northern NJ during the morning commute. Watch for ponding of water on roadways and in areas of poor drainage. #pawx #njwx
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