Another storm with snow and travel problems will swing through the Philadelphia area to start the weekend.
A clipper storm moving in from the Midwest will roll across the area Saturday with a swath of snow.
Accumulations from this fast-moving storm are forecast to be on the order of a few inches, but enough snow can fall to bring another pulse of airline delays and slippery roads for a time.
There is a chance this storm strengthens upon nearing the coast. If this happens, heavy snow may unfold, especially over New Jersey and lower Delaware.
Updates on this storm will continue on AccuWeather.com.
For folks hoping for a change in the weather, there is some good news next week.
After yet another storm passes through the upper part of the mid-Atlantic and New England with snow Monday night into Tuesday, temperatures will trend above average for the middle and latter part of the week.
In the wake of the snowstorms, people are urged to walk and drive defensively.
How warm it gets is tricky, as the ground and area waterways are cold and/or frozen and many areas will have to melt a substantial amount of snow beforehand.
The sun's energy will first focus on melting that snow before warming up the lower atmosphere.
Hauling lobster traps was off to a slow start for a 14-year-old girl and her father, but within minutes, the two would make a rare and exciting catch — a vibrant, sapphire-blue lobster.
While Hurricane Cristobal will track east of the United States this week, it will spread rough surf along much of the Atlantic coast and will have some impact on Bermuda.
After a brief cooldown late this week, very warm and humid air will bounce back during the Labor Day weekend.
While the weather over much of the Atlantic and Pacific coasts will be free of rain this Labor Day weekend, a zone of unsettled weather will reach across part of the Central states.
After several days of summerlike warmth and humidity, cooler and more pleasant air will return to end the week.
A great white shark was spotted at Duxbury Beach in Massachusetts earlier this week, forcing the evacuation of the water.
Pennsylvania & New Jersey (1971)
Tropical Storm Doria caused severe floods in southeastern PA and NJ. Damage estimated at $138 million.
Colorado Springs, CO (1978)
Hail 6 inches deep.
Rochester, MN (1979)
2.73 inches of rain fell in 50 minutes making this the wettest August on record. (9.52 inches of rain so far this month). The heavy downpour flooded the streets of Rochester, stranding about 1,500 cars.