Friday, November 29, 2013

November 30th, 2013 Forecast


Another mostly clear and chilly night on tap for the Delaware Valley as we begin to close out the penultimate month of 2013.  Lows will drop into the upper teens to lower 20's to the north and west and into the lower to mid-20's both to the south and east and here in the city.  Winds will be from the north at 5 to 10 mph.  Tomorrow, just a plain ol' partly sunny day with highs ranging from the mid-30's to lower 40's.  Winds will shift from the east at 5 to 10 mph.


Sunday will feature a few more clouds but warmer with highs in the mid-40's.  Still, warmer and more sun during the daytime, but by night, we'll see some more clouds roll in.  Some models are toying with the possibility of some precipitation to accompany those clouds Monday night into Tuesday.  Although I'm not sold on forecasting a precipitation event at all, I'll just add that there could be some areas that see a passing rain or snow shower.  The best chance seems to be to the south and east, but depending on the track of the low, the precipitation shield could drift into the 95 Corridor.

Tuesday is like a transition day, with variable cloudiness and just a few ticks cooler.  Highs will be in the lower to mid-40's and lows in the mid-30's.  Wednesday, a great looking day with mostly sunny skies and a more upward trend in temperatures.  By Thursday, you'll still be eating leftovers underneath partly sunny skies and high closer to the 50-degree mark.  We could top 50-degrees by next Friday with times of sun and clouds and a possible shower passing through the region.  All-in-all a fairly basic week ahead.

Thanks for logging on.