A low pressure system will be sitting off the coast today throwing plenty of clouds into our region, especially Eastern Pennsylvania where occasional showers are possible. Breaks of sunshine are more likely the father west you live in the state.
Scattered thunderstorms are expected today state-wide. We don’t expect much in the way of severe activity, but a few storms in Southern PA could be strong in the afternoon and evening. Flash Flood Watches have been issued for much of Eastern PA due to the risk of localized flooding today. Here is the Hi-Res NAM…Details
Strong to severe thunderstorms are back in the forecast for today. Since the time we posted last night’s article, the Storm Prediction Center has expanded the SLIGHT RISK for severe weather today all the way into East-Central PA, similar to what we thought they would do given the variables involved. While Northeast PA and East-Central…Details
Severe Thunderstorms W/ Damaging Winds, Flash Flooding, Hail, and Isolated Tornadoes Possible Friday
Lately all of our severe weather has come in the form of flash flooding, as it seems like we are stuck in a never-ending rainy pattern. While flash flooding will be a threat tomorrow, damaging winds, hail, and an isolated tornadoes are possible especially in Central and Eastern PA. As of now, the SPC has…Details
No rain is expected today, but temperatures will be hot with highs in the 80s and even some areas in the lower 90s! Stay cool and have a great Wednesday!
Another day with another chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms with high temperatures in the 70s and 80s. Areas that were hit hard in Northeast Pennsylvania yesterday could once again experience major flash flooding if these storm cells develop over the same areas that just experienced flooding. Below is a look at the future radar…Details
Today will begin with widespread heavy rain in parts of Eastern PA, potentially causing flash flooding especially in the Coal Region. By the afternoon, scattered showers and storms will be possible across all areas of the state. The flash flood threat will persist as areas of rain will be slow-moving. Here is your daily forecast…Details
Today will be mainly dry west of the Susquehanna River, while scattered showers/storms will persist in Eastern PA. Highs will be around 80 statewide. The flash flood threat is much lower today, here is your daily forecast graphic:
As mentioned in yesterday’s article, today will consist of widespread showers and storms in Eastern PA. Showers will be more scattered across Central and Western PA. Flash flooding will once be a concern, especially in Eastern PA, where Flash Flood Watches have been issued. Here is the HRRR model for 5:00 PM: Here is your…Details
Over the past several weeks, many areas of the state have dealt with their fair share of flash flooding. Unfortunately more heavy downpours are expected this weekend across the region. Flash flooding has already begun in Southwest PA (Friday Evening), where multiple flash flood warnings have been issued and nearly a dozen flash flooding incidents…Details
An average August day is expected with temperatures in the 70s and 80s and the chance of a few pop-up thunderstorms especially towards the afternoon and evening hours. Below is a look at 8:00 PM this evening using the future radar to demonstrate the potential for these scattered storms: For the latest stay tuned to…Details
Seasonal temperatures with highs in the 80s are on tap today. A few scattered showers are possible in Western PA, with partly cloudy skies across the state. Here is your Thursday Forecast!
Heat advisories are in effect today for parts of the state, due to highs near 90 and heat indexes near 100 in many areas. The area will be mainly dry, with just a few passing clouds. Here is your daily forecast graphic:
The National Weather Service has issued Heat Advisories for South-Central and Southeastern Pennsylvania tomorrow. Temperatures tomorrow are expected to sore into the lower 90s with real feel temperatures surpassing 100 degrees. Below is a look at the Hi-Res NAM model projected high temperatures: Below is a look at the counties that were placed under Heat…Details
Morning fog in a few valley locations will lead to party cloudy skies with temperatures well into the 80s and even lower 90s!
A pop-up thunderstorm or two is not out of the question, but would be very localized. Have a great Sunday!