Sunday, March 25, 2012


Not the best of mornings to wake up to as overcast conditions prevail across the regions.  Some areas are seeing patchy fog, mainly south of Philadelphia, while areas in parts of New Jersey and areas north of the city are seeing some drizzle.  Temperatures are as cool as the lower 40's in northern areas and in the Poconos, while it warms the further south you go to lower 50's in Delaware.

Today will be slightly drier than yesterday.  The upper-level low that brought the rains yesterday, will be passing south of us during the day and off the North Carolina coast later this afternoon.  With it being pretty far to our south, most of the energy will remain south of our area.  However, having a light East to Northeast wind will keep lots of clouds around with drizzle at at times, especially this morning and the threat of a shower or two throughout the day.  As the system moves offshore later today, winds will shift around to the North and we'll begin to see some drying by early evening.  Perhaps we could see the Sun briefly before Sunset.  Temperatures will peak in the 60's inland and in the upper 50's along coastal areas.

We'll see much nicer weather starting tomorrow to begin the work week.  But it will also be much cooler than what we saw late last week.  We got spoiled with summer-like weather and we'll get a reminder for the next few days that its still late March.