Southeastern Pennsylvania probably won't be hit as badly as other parts of the state, but conditions through Thursday may nonetheless bring our area an occasional storm, some hail, and gusty winds.
Wait long enough and the weather will change. Southeastern Pennsylvania has waited for more than a week for stifling heat to dissipate. AccuWeather predicts it will do just that, probably by Friday.
A cool front bringing plenty of rain is headed across Pennsylvania. It will help cool down the oppressive heat of earlier in the week. It may, however, also result in localized flooding.
With Thursday temperatures expected to jump as high as 101 degrees, and persist until 8 p.m., the National Weather Service placed western Montgomery and all of Berks counties under a heat advisory.
Once the area is past its potential for morning frost, AccuWeather said western Montgomery County residents should plan Monday for wet weather. A rainstorm-bearing Nor'Easter is headed this way
The National Weather Service predicted western Montgomery County would be hit Saturday by 4-6 inches of heavy snow, and winds gusting to 45 mph through early Sunday. Avoid traveling, it warned.
AccuWeather's long-range forecasters issued an update Tuesday to their spring outlook for the Northeastern U.S., first released on Groundhog Day. It includes a tale of two Pennsylvanias.
High temperatures were expected to reach the low-50s Tuesday afternoon. For meteorologists, that served as the first day of spring. Most of us contend the season will arrive 19 days later. What's the diff?