Tuesday, November 12, 2013

November 13th, 2013 Forecast

Skies will become mostly clear tonight, which will lead to a cold night across the Delaware and Lehigh Valleys.  It will be our coldest night of the season so far with the entire region dipping into the 20s overnight.  A stiff breeze out of the northwest will make it feel even colder!

Wednesday will be another cold day, but at least we'll have bright sunshine to make it look a little less depressing outside.  Highs won't get much above 40, and with a 10 to 20 mph breeze out of the northwest, it will feel more like the 30s.

The rest of the week and into early next week will be much warmer, especially by this weekend.  Milder air will surge in from the south, and Thursday will end up 10 degrees milder than Wednesday, with the warming trend continuing right through Tuesday.  The warmest days will be Monday and Tuesday after a warm front passes through, but our greatest chance of rain over the next seven days will be Tuesday as a strong cold front moves in from the west.
Wednesday Planner

Wake-Up:  27 degrees, Cold

Lunchtime:  38 degrees, Breezy

P.M. High:  41 degrees, Bright Sun

Sunrise 6:44 AM
Sunset 4:46 PM