Away we go to the city of brotherly love. Summer has to be right around the corner eventually, right?
At 754PM, ET, Philadelphia was reporting a temperature of 45 degrees with clear skies. The most prominent feature is a weakly organized wave moving through the southeastern US, while there was a departing system taking its time leaving New England. In between, an area of high pressure centered over Ontario nosed a portion towards Delaware Bay.
There is a weak vorticity maximum rotating through Minnesota at the base of the ridge. This will be propelled eastwards towards southeastern PA, but will waste itself in the Appalachians. There will be a few high clouds that find their way into Philly, however, robbing another chance at even the slightest of warmups.
Tomorrow – Increasing clouds, High 37, low 26
Tuesday- Mostly cloudy, High 41, Low 26
TWC: Tomorrow – Mostly Sunny, High 43, low 27
Tuesday – Partly cloudy, High 47, Low 28
AW: Tomorrow – Cold with plenty of sunshine High 42, Low 27
Tuesday – Chilly with plenty of sunshine High 46, Low 26
NWS: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny, High 40, Low 26
Tuesday – Mostly sunny, High 43, Low 24
WB: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny, High 39, Low 24
Tuesday – Mostly sunny, High 43, Low 22
WN: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny, High 41, low 27
Tuesday – Partly cloudy, High 43, Low 25
FIO: Tomorrow – Partly cloudy throughout the day. High 37, Low 24
Tuesday – Mostly cloudy in the morning.High 42, Low 24
Model guidance is trending lower than most outlets. FIO is with me on a cooler forecast. I’m anticipating cooler temperatures because I’m also anticipating more clouds. The thing on the satellite that is most apparent is the activity south of the Mid-Atlantic, which is generally jut a rainmaker.