Chance of T-Storms Arrives Ahead of Labor Day
STATE COLLEGE PA – Forecasters at AccuWeather Inc. say a noticeable change in the recurring summer swelter could be on the way before the final weekend of the season. “Unseasonably warm, humid air in place early this week can set the stage for a dramatic clash of air masses,” AccuWeather Meteorologist Mary Gilbert explained. That could ignite severe thunderstorms.
A warm and sticky situation is building across southeastern Pennsylvania and much of the rest of the state during Monday (Aug. 29, 2022), AccuWeather reported (above).
By Tuesday, the “dramatic clash” referenced by Gilbert will occur mostly north and west of our area (at top). The chance for spotty storms remains in the southeast, though, and weather down by the Jersey shore may feel downright uncomfortable.
Things get only slightly better Tuesday through Thursday night, AccuWeather noted. The possibility remains for “some” (above) hail, drenching downpours, urban flooding, and damaging wind gusts.
Weather graphics provided by AccuWeather Inc.