Much cooler air will move in and stay for a spell from the northern Plains to the East Coast.
Once again, a new monthly temperature record has been set for the global land/ocean surface combined, according to NOAA.
White and Pink Tree Blossoms at Veterans Park, Hamilton, New Jersey, by "bird11" on April 19, 2015. Upload to http://photo.accuweather.com to qualify!
A cold front is moving across the Great Lakes, the Ohio and Tennessee valleys and the Deep South today. Behind it, much cooler air will move in and stay for a spell from the northern Plains to the East Coast.
This year, the "slight" category has been divided in two: slight and enhanced. When seen together on an SPC map, the progression makes sense. When the term "enhanced" is used alone, it can be a challenge, at least until we get used to it.
Severe storms will develop across Pennsylvania into Virginia today. Could be nasty in places.
This map shows the pressure analysis and locations of fronts and low pressure areas at 9 a.m. EDT today. Places from Philadelphia northeastward will only warm up if and when the warm front in Delaware passes any given spot. Chill air follows the front in Indiana.
Although not entirely quiet, this week won't be as active nor wet as last week was. Thank goodness!
Brilliant Blossoms in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by "Elaine Griffin" on April 11, 2015. Upload to http://photo.accuweather.com to qualify!