By Matt DeLucia, CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer Merry Christmas! Our high temperature for today was a balmy 62. That happened while Santa was still making his rounds, shortly after 3 this morning. In fact, we were […]
Merry Christmas everybody! If you’re up early opening presents or going to church, you’ll see some left over showers – but things improve through the day!
Forecasters say rain will be heavy at times Wednesday and could cause flooding on the streets and in areas of poor drainage.
‘Twas the afternoon before Christmas, and we’re dealing with a real soaker out there.
Today is wet, damp, and foggy. A tropical bite is headed our way with some near record temps possible. I doubt we’ll break them, but we’ll get close enough to mention it.
by Matthew DeLucia, Meteorologist/Weather Producer Good afternoon everyone, This may be the last work/school day of the week for some of you, and maybe even the last of the year! Unfortunately, it’s pretty dreary out […]
Good Monday morning everybody! Christmas week is finally here, and we have plenty of weather to talk about.
Woo-hoo, it’s the weekend! Although it won’t be warm by any stretch today, it’ll be a dry day.
We have a pretty good looking weekend ahead – it’ll just be cold! Expect a sunny start to the day with temps below freezing for everyone, warmin’ up to a high in the mid and upper 30s for most.
It’s finally Friday evening and it sure is chilly out! That being said, the chill will be sure to bring out the spirit of the season.
It’s gonna be a good lookin’ day across the area, but boy, will it be a cold start! Temps will start in the 20s and low 30s, but wind chills will make it feel about 10 degrees colder.
It will remain breezy this afternoon with periods of sun and clouds.
A chilly start today for most of us. Widespread 30s are being felt. The partial clearing this morning should give way to some more substantial clearing later on.
Mild temps ruled the day, but clouds have been filling in since noon. Temps peaked in the mid 50s — actually it’s the normal for March 29! So we’re a little ahead of schedule.
Today brings about some drying from last night’s rain event, and mild temps. Depending on how early you rise, you could experience a shower if you live near the twin forks.