Tuesday, September 24, 2013

September 25th, 2013 Forecast

Tonight will be mostly clear, but there may be a few high clouds around toward daybreak.  Temperatures won't be as cool as last night -- Philly should hold near 50 and the suburbs will be in the 40s.

We'll enjoy more sunshine on Wednesday, but it may mix with a few high clouds at times.  Highs will be a bit warmer than today -- mid 70s looks like a common number across the Delaware Valley, perhaps only in the low 70s in parts of the Lehigh Valley.  Overall though, another picture perfect September day is on tap!  As a side note, we'll have 12 hours and 1 minute of daylight, which is the closest we'll get to our equinox of equal days and equal nights.

Sun will mix with clouds Thursday through Saturday with highs remaining in the mid 70s.  By Sunday, we're watching the possible development of a cutoff low that would move through Sunday and Monday.  The GFS does not show this, but if the Euro is correct, we may be in for a couple of showery days.  Conditions look to dry out by Tuesday.
Wednesday Planner

7 AM 51 degrees, Cool Start

Noon 68 degrees, Sun, Few High Clouds

5 PM high 75 degrees, Warmer

Sunrise 6:52 AM
Sunset 6:53 PM