Warmer & More Humid This Week
I can’t believe it – my Junior year at Penn State is over! I’m thrilled to be home for the summer and have the opportunity to intern for a second summer at Boston’s News Leader: WCVB Channel 5.
The U.S. Drought Monitor is issued each Thursday morning, and this week’s update includes all of the area in a moderate drought. Despite a very snowy winter, we really could use some rain. The latest summary from the Drought Monitor states: Aside from a couple bursts of thundershowers in the Mid-Atlantic States, mostly dry weather again […]
Our next storm system will arrive on Saturday – and will be mainly in the form of rain. However, a brief period of freezing rain cannot be ruled out early in the day.
This blizzard will not be comparable to the true Blizzard of 2015, which brought over 30 inches of snow to the area. Several inches of snow are expected, but the cold and wind is the most important impact from this storm.
I know – you’re sick of it. The fact of the matter is that most forecasters are too – but, it is our job to inform you of what’s coming. It does appear another high-impact storm is coming this weekend.
Yes, more snow is in the forecast beginning tomorrow and lasting periodically through Tuesday. It will not snow throughout this entire 60 hour period – however, the snow will surely add up overtime. Strong high pressure in Quebec will supply arctic cold as a series of disturbances track through the area. A persistent easterly flow […]