A seasonably cool, dry start to this week will be replaced by wet weather heading into Halloween this Thursday.
Fresh cool air will hold highs to the mid-50s on Tuesday despite sunshine as Canadian high pressure system settles into the region.
A weak disturbance will pass through the region on Wednesday and could bring a brief shower to the area. However, for the most part, more clouds than sunshine along with warmer air will be in the area.
Highs will approach 70 on Halloween this Thursday, but numerous showers could dampen the spirits during the day. The showers could turn into a steady rain by Thursday evening, potentially washing out trick-or-treating plans.
The rain should be long gone by Friday as some cooler, more seasonable air settles into the region.
A new storm will swing up from the Southwestern states, bringing another dose of accumulating snow to Harrisburg and southern Pennsylvania Tuesday.
Rain, some heavy, will dampen memorial services for Nelson Mandela on Tuesday and Wednesday.
A new storm will swing up from the Southwestern states, bringing another dose of accumulating snow to Philadelphia Tuesday.
Philadelphia International Airport received more snow (8.6 inches) from a single storm this past Sunday than it did all of last winter, when 8.3 inches fell.
A strong offshore flow will result in the first long-duration heat wave of the season across the Perth metropolitan area.
After a day of heavy snow across the mid-Atlantic, ice and rain are adding to power outages, flight delays and hazardous road conditions.
Sheridan, NY (1908)
Temperature dropped to -41 degrees F., all time low.
Mill city, OR (1987)
Three people were killed and two injured when a moving vehicle was smashed by a falling tree during high winds and heavy rain.
Second great snow in 5 days: Morristown 21"; New Haven 17"; "four feet on level" in eastern Mass. - another high tide.