Thursday, October 14, 2010

A Cool And Blustery weekend to Start. A Winner for the Phillies Game on Saturday Night.

For the Delaware Valley
Thursday 5:30 PM:
10/14/10

Discussion and Weekend Forecast:
Phils game looking good for Saturday Evening !

A Storm now developing along the Northern M/A Coast will continue our rain into early this evening. This Storm will then move NE to coastal New England tomorrow and into Saturday, as it slowly intensifies. This is a Classic "Miller B" type storm, and signs this may be the trend as we head into the winter months. I discussed this in my winter forecast.

As this storm strengthens and high pressure slowly moves east from the G/L's region, a strong pressure gradient will develop during Friday and Saturday. Strong NW winds along with cooler and drier air will result, starting on Friday and continue through Saturday. So it will feel like Fall, as high temperatures struggle to reach the low and mid 60's from Friday through Monday.

Blustery conditions and winds of 15-25 Mph with a few gusts to near 40 Mph will be common for both Friday and Saturday. Expect a mix of clouds and sunshine for Both days. At night expect P.Cloudy skies and lows in the low to mid 40's.

The Phillies game will be a winner for Saturday night, with P. Cloudy skies and cool temps. Winds will gradually diminish to 10-20 Mph, mainly out of a Westerly direction. Temps will be mainly in the 50's during the game.

Things will really calm down for both Sunday and Monday as far as the winds go, and we can expect Mostly Sunny Skies and continued cool temperatures. Highs will be in the low 60's and lows in the upper 30's to mid 40's.

From here on out, I'll be doing more regular updates and forecasts on my blog, as we gear up for the 2010-2011 winter season. So be sure to check back more often !

Take Care,
Ruggie

1 comment:

weather said...

Here is the weather forecast from GFS,

snow rain maps