Fall 2016 Weather Forecast: A Slow Start to Fall, Snow Still Possible Late Season

Fall 2016 is almost upon us. With that said, it does not feel like it in any way whatsoever. Temperatures are reaching the 80s and 90s nearly everyday, and as mentioned in the September Outlook posted earlier, that will be common as we progress through September. Below is a month-by-month outlook. Instead of getting into…


Bowing-Line Segments Capable of Producing Damaging Winds Possible Sunday

A system pushing through Ohio right now, will be crossing Pennsylvania during the overnight hours and into the day on Sunday. Due to cloud coverage, Western PA will be in for a chance of showers and downpours, but nothing severe. However, skies will be more clear to the East, which will lead to increased instability and the…


Severe Thunderstorm Update, Slight Risk Expanded

Since last night’s update, the Storm Prediction Center has now expanded their SLIGHT RISK for Severe Weather to cover just about the entire state with the exception for far Northwest PA. These storms will still be isolated, with many locations not seeing a drop of rain. However, areas that do receive these storms, will be…


Isolated Supercells Capable of Producing Damaging Winds and a Tornado or Two Possible Tuesday

The only way to breakdown this pattern of extreme heat and humidity is to have multiple systems pass through the area, and sure enough that is what we have here this week. Tomorrow a potent system will be passing through our state, leading to the chance of Severe Weather for the entire State. Will this…


Life-Threatening Heat Wave For End of Week, Weekend

As if this Summer hasn’t been hot enough already, yet another wave of dangerous heat is on the way. Excessive Heat Warnings which are issued for life-threatening heat indexes have been issued for parts of Southeastern PA including the Philadelphia area. Saturday will be the hottest day as some areas could reach a heat index…