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Hope You Enjoyed Sunday Weather; Rain Ahead

So Just How Nice Was Sunday?

Bright sun. Blue skies. Sixty-degree temperatures. Sunday (April 2, 2017) was nice enough that Pottstown’s perennial cruising population took to borough streets, and also stopped by the local mecca of automotive mechanics and accessories, the Eastwood Company at 263 Shoemaker Rd., Pottstown. Eastwood staff members Tweeted this late Sunday night …

… and showed off this:

Hope You Enjoyed Sunday Weather; Rain Ahead

(Photo from Eastwood Company via Twitter @EastwoodCo)

Only a few hours earlier the folks at Lily’s Grill at 115 E High St, Pottstown, offered this:

And Harleysville resident Geoff Patton (@GeoffPatton) bemoaned the last of the snow receding from the skiing areas atop Spring Mountain in Schwenksville:

Hope You Enjoyed Sunday Weather; Rain Ahead

Up Next? More Chances For Local Flooding

Say “so long” to good weather in Greater Pottstown, for now. This first week of April is expected to start the way the month often does, with rain in the forecast and – thanks to last week’s precipitation – a heightened chance of local flooding in some areas.

“While the week will initially start off dry, a quick-moving low pressure system” will track Monday night through Tuesday (April 4) into the mid-Atlantic and Northeast United States, AccuWeather reported. ““This will be another soaking rain,” its meteorologist Brett Rossio said.

Expect the Tuesday morning commute to be affected, Rossio added. “Low clouds and rain will cause poor visibility for motorists. Those planning on traveling should anticipate slow travel and delays.”

  • Post readers can keep up with minute-by-minute changes on its weather news page, here. It features AccuWeather’s full-day and three-day forecasts, a weather news video, a weather radar view focused on Sanatoga, and a continually updated selection of 10 weather-related stories from across Pennsylvania and the country.

It’s Stuff That’s Noticed ‘Around Town’

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Around Town (for the week of April 3-9, 2017):

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