Thursday, February 7, 2008

Gradually Turning Colder into this Weekend. Unsettled with Showers on Saturday and Flurries/Snowshowers for Sunday.

Thursday 2/7/08
@ 6:00 PM

Our last few days of Unseasonably warm weather is about to end, as reality of February and winter, gradually return over the next several days. Weak High Pressure will settle over the area Tonight and Friday, bringing Dry weather and cooler temperatures.

Low Pressure and a Strong Cold Front, will move into the Great Lakes region on Saturday. Ahead of this system, cloudy weather will move in later Friday Night, along with some shower activity for Saturday and Saturday Evening. This Cold front will move through the region during Saturday night, bringing a return too much colder air, and windy conditions, for later Saturday night into Monday.

Some Flurries and Snow Shower activity is possible later Saturday night into much of Sunday. We should begin to really clear out by the start of the work week on Monday, but a cold day is on tap.

My Forecast:
For SE PA, Southern/Central NJ, and DE.

P.Cloudy and Colder. Lows in the Upper 20's to Low 30s. NW Winds at 5 to 10 mph.

P.Sunny and Cool. Highs 45 to 50.

Friday Night:
Fair early, with Increasing Cloudiness late. Cold with Lows near 30.

Cloudy with a chance of Showers. Mild with Highs near 50s.

Saturday Night:
M.Cloudy with a chance of Showers in the evening, then Windy and Colder with Flurries possible overnight. Lows in the Upper 20's to Low 30's.

Varible Cloudiness, Windy and Colder with a chance of Flurries and Snowshowers. Highs in the mid 30's.

Sunday Night:
Varible cloudiness with flurries possible in the evening, then clearing late at night. Continued Windy and turning Very Cold. Lows 10 to 15.

M.Sunny Breezy and Cold. Highs in the Upper 20s. to lower 30's

Take Care,

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