Thursday, October 10, 2013

October 11th, 2013 Forecast

Temperatures barely got out of the 50's through the afternoon with persistent showers and winds making it feel like a raw and downright chilly day across the Delaware and Lehigh Valley's.  Tonight, more rain showers with a breezy northeast wind will keep temperatures in the lower to mid-50's.  Tomorrow, more rain showers as we head into day two of the remnants of Karen.  Rain could be heavy at times but the threat of widespread flooding is still low.  Highs tomorrow will "jump" into the lower to mid-60's.  By evening, showers could taper slightly, but still a soggy evening for the high school football games.  Winds again tomorrow will be from the northeast at 10 to 15 mph.


For the start of the weekend, precipitation coverage will drop slightly again, with scattered showers throughout the day.  Temperatures on Saturday will be in the upper 60's for highs and upper 50's for lows.  For Sunday, we'll start to see a noticeable change, with showers off and on, but tapering off.  Highs Sunday very close to the 70-degree mark.  The clearing continues as we start another workweek with a few breaks of sun - yes, the sun - and less wind.  High's back up into the lower 70's for Monday through Thursday, basically.  Skies will range from Partly cloudy to mostly sunny through the week and we dry out nicely from the persistent coastal storm.