Mild and dry New Year’s Eve in the Delaware Valley – archyde

New Year’s Eve will not be a flop, but forecasters expect a large rain system to penetrate the region and enable a dripping wet start in 2022.

Friday temperatures will remain above average for this time of year, with highs in Philadelphia and its suburbs reaching the mid-1950s. Areas north and west of the city will also hover well over 50 degrees.

FOX 29’s Scott Williams says conditions will be partly cloudy on New Years Eve at midnight with temperatures in the 50s.

A major rain system will begin on New Years Day at around 9 a.m. with isolated showers far west of Philadelphia. Most of the region will see light to moderate rainfall around 10 a.m.

In the afternoon, the entire Delaware Valley is overwhelmed by showers and continues with interruptions throughout the evening. Meanwhile, early in the year temperatures will hit 60 degrees in some spots, well above the average high of 45 degrees.

The persistent rain will subside on Sunday morning when the sun returns and temperatures stay in their 50s and 60s.


FRIDAY: Cloudy, mild. High: 58, Low: 47

SATURDAY: Rainy, mild. High: 61, Low: 51

SUNDAY: Occasional showers to the sun. High: 62, Low: 56

MONDAY: Much cooler. High: 36, Low: 30



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