Snow Showers Across Southern Pennsylvania Colder Night Thursday
Snow Showers Across Southern Pennsylvania
Colder Night Thursday
Temperatures are beginning to fall off now that colder air has taken a hold of our weather for the next 2 days. We should see skies turn partly to mostly clear with lows by morning in the teens to lower 20s. There is an upper air disturbance moving southeast across Southern Pennsylvania and Northern Maryland producing a few snow showers tonight. This area should wind down over the next several hours with little consequence for most places.
Radars below show an area of snow showers moving southeastward. They are visible on the Philadelphia radar at the moment. Much of what is showing up is not reaching the ground.
LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITY
To the west dry air and clear skies will move in Thursday as high pressure builds in. We should see a good deal of sunshine with highs mostly in the low to mid 30s. Another cold night is in store for our region Thursday night into Friday morning with most lows in the teens with even a few single digits showing up inland while urban locations will probably hold in the lower 20s.
FRIDAY MORNING FORECAST LOWS
Friday looks nice and sunny and temperatures will moderate back into the 40s. This sets us up for a nice Saturday with sunshine and clouds with highs reaching into the 50s.
SATURDAY FORECAST HIGHS
Sunday brings a cold front and the chance for showers. That front won’t produce much rain but it will stall out offshore. We will see a wave developing in the Northeast Gulf of Mexico move up the coast on Monday. Right now it appears to be offshore however we have seen a number of these systems shift westward at the last minute we are not completely ruling that out. For now we will just call for leftover clouds Monday as colder air arrives again and we will keep an eye on the low to the south and east.