Listen: North Carolina, Lehigh Valley And Millville discussed on 24 Hour News
"Then the start of meteorological winter not even truly astronomically speaking winter yet. But certainly does feel like it out there so cold and Bethlehem temperatures in the mid twenties in the Lehigh valley. Millville is only sitting at twenty two degrees right now. Twenty eight in Dover twenty five in Wilmington, and we're in the twenty s even in Philadelphia many spots headed down into the teens overnight your temperature tracker for the city look at that drop. We're gonna head down into the mid s by four AM. And that's around where it will be. When you wake up tomorrow morning, a very very. Cold start to the day and then gradually warming up into the afternoon, but only into the mid and upper thirties at best our average morning low this time of the year is right about at the freezing. Mark tomorrow will wake up to twenty four degrees for the morning, low at least in the city, and I think we'll see a few eighteenth and nineteenth and a few spots. Twenty-six? We'll be the morning low on Sunday. So well below average through the weekend, especially cold in the mornings. And that's because we've got a lot of clear skies in place when you have clear calm conditions. That's a recipe for cold. But it also means we've got clear. Calm conditions are gonna see sunshine both days this weekend, not much going on across the northeast. But this storm is going to be one to watch across portions of the southeast this weekend, especially North Carolina's. The storm continues to move. It's going to tap into some of that cold air that centered over our region in snow will break out in the Carolinas Sunday, especially over foot could follow especially in the mountains of western North Carolina. But we have this big cold Canadian heights keeping us frigid. But. It's also keeping us protected. This storm can't come up the coast. It's like a brick wall. Like a linebacker storm has to go out to see it has no other choice. And that means we are protected from the snow and rain. It's just quiet and cold through the weekend morning lows in the twenties. Highs only in the thirty Saturday and Sunday, but the best news that storm system stays south. So you will not need the snow shovel this weekend. And I think that's some pretty good news overnight mainly clear, very cold twenty four the overnight low if you're headed to the army navy game again tomorrow, it is going to be sunny, but very cold three PM kick off just thirty eight degrees. And your eyewitness weather seven day forecast keeps the cold into next week. But also a quiet stretch of weather. We got sunshine on the docket Sunday Monday. A couple more clouds with that storm to the south, but not a big deal or selling the low forty s Tuesday and Wednesday, and then a gradual warm up finally as we head into the end of next week. We'll be back to near fifty by Friday likely just in time for rain next weekend.."