Eastern Pennsylvania was darkened by a massive, triple-decker shelf cloud Thursday night. It was the first thunderstorm of the year, and it did not disappoint.
Warmer air will spread from the Plains into this East for a time this week, and next will be milder, but there will still be some cold and snow in northern areas even into next week.
Severe weather season gets going this week and things could get volatile Wednesday!
Winds aloft are coming from Canada, but later (as shown on the map) this week will come from the Southwest states. That should promote a major, though temporary, warmup in the Middle and North Atlantic states.
Record-breaking heat continues in the western U.S., with strong winds accompanying the warmup.
Red Firepower Nandina Shrubs in Franklin Park, NJ by "bird11" March 25, 2015. Upload to http://photo.accuweather.com to qualify!
Eastern Pennsylvania was darkened by a massive, triple-decker shelf cloud last night. It was the first thunderstorm of the year, and it did not disappoint.
Yes, another snowstorm to discuss for Atlantic Canada.