Students at Penn spend a year looking forward to Spring Fling, but weather forecasts suggest that the weekend may not go as hoped.
This system looks like it will move in late on Monday night and continue through late morning or early afternoon on Tuesday. However, some of the computer guidance suggests that the storm could last longer into Tuesday afternoon.
Philadelphia is on track to see the warmest February ever recorded with 20 out of the 26 days exceeding average daily high temperatures.
Philadelphia is under a Winter Storm Warning for six to 10 inches of snow combined with 15-20 miles per hour winds and near zero visibility for some time on Thursday morning.
A storm system looks to be moving across the country tomorrow will make its way towards the Northeast, moving off of the Delmarva and towards New England.
Philadelphia has three snow chances between today and next weekend.
Philadelphia will likely see between 25 and 30 inches of snow this winter season.
On Friday, the wind will be whipping close to 20 miles per hour, creating a slight breeze.
Thursday will be the warmest at a high of 70 degrees.
On Saturday, expect mostly sunny conditions with a high of 70 degrees.
Highs will be mostly in the 50's.
This past week, Philadelphia has been engulfed by record warmth with temperatures soaring into the mid-80’s.
Campus will feel more like August than October this week due to a high pressure system.
After a cool and wet weekend, a sunny forecast lies ahead this week.
Two weeks ago, a tropical disturbance formed in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. Many forecasters were aware of its formation, but few put much thought into what it may become in just a week’s time.
All in all, the pre-Fall Break week looks beautiful.
The better of the two days will probably be Sunday, which will feature mostly cloudy skies and a high of 73 degrees.
Highs may not get out of the 60's by the end of the week.
If you're expecting high's in the 50s and 60s you might have to wait another month or so, but we will see even cooler temperatures than we saw during the week.