Wednesday, March 13, 2013

March 14th, 2013 Forecast

The wind machine will crank up over the next 24 hours as a trough separating cool from cold pushes through the region.  This trough will keep us breezy tonight, make us blustery tomorrow as winds will gust to perhaps 40 mph around the region.  It will also, briefly, bring down temperatures across the Delaware Valley as colder air drains in from Canada.

Tonight features a cold breeze and a mix of clouds and stars -- lows will drop down into the 20's outside of the city, around 30 in Philadelphia.  There could be a sprinkle or shower the next few hours as that trough pushes through but they should be the exception and not the rule.

Tomorrow features blustery, crisp conditions across the region as west and northwest winds at 15 to 25 mph blow through, gusting to 40.  With a mix of clouds and sun, temperatures do manage to crack above 40 in most spots but it will not be by much!  The wind will nudge the "feels like" temperature back several degrees as well.