Saturday, February 17, 2007

A TOUCH OF SNOW TONIGHT INTO SUNDAY NIGHT !

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 17, 2007
12:00 PM

The Delaware Valley will see some light snow and Snow showers later this evening into the overnight hours, as a clipper system approaches from the Ohio Valley. At this time it appears only a coating to perhaps an inch of snow will accompany this system. Sunday afternoon and Sunday Evening, an upper level Vorticity Max will cross the region, bringing another period of light snow or Snow showers, that once again, could bring light accumulations of a coating to 1" in some areas. Winds will increase out of the NW at 15-30 MPH with higher gusts, as another shot of colder air, follows the system for Sunday night into Tuesday. This cold shot will not be as harsh as the recent Arctic air We've experienced over the past couple of weeks.

Another system will bring the threat of some Snow and or Rain Later Tuesday through the Thursday time frame. I'll do another post on this system on Monday, with some additional thoughts.

The Ruggie Weather Weekend Forecast:
For the Delaware Valley: SE PA, Southern NJ, and Delaware.

For Today: Saturday
Increasing cloudiness late
Highs 33-37 Degrees

Tonight:
Cloudy with a chance for a period of light snow and snowshowers, mainly after midnight. Snow Accumulations: A coating to 1" possible
Lows: 22-26 Degrees

Sunday:
Mostly Cloudy with a few flurries in the morning, then a chance of snowshowers later in the day. Becoming breezy
Highs: 32-36 Degrees

Sunday Night:
Mostly Cloudy, becoming windy and colder, with snowshowers before midnight.
Lows dropping to 12-16 Degrees. Snow Accumulations: A coating to 1" possible

Monday:
Partly Sunny, breezy and Cold
Highs: 26-30 Degrees

Take Care,
Ruggie

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