Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Gray Day For The Sweetheart
The best chances for any flurries or flakes floating around will occur generally northwest of Route 222 although it wouldn't surprise if the hills in Chester County or Bucks County "cash in" on a few rogue flakes mixing in with sprinkles as well. Despite high temperatures projected to be in the middle 40's for the region, dew point values in the lower 20's this morning (and projected to be in the 20-25 range until this afternoon) will help provide for some evapoartive cooling once these showers reach the area...and will result in some spots seeing flakes, others merely just warm enough to avoid it.
Any one location who does get flaked upon won't see much if anything of substance...it will add merely some "photographic win" to the landscape.
As stated, expect highs in the middle 40's for many locations, with some upper 40's in South Jersey and Delaware. Light southerly winds will nudge at around five miles per hour, a welcome respite from the past couple of days of wind.