Cold Stretch To Continue Overnight, Record Low Temp Possible In Philly

Philadelphians could wake up to a new record-low temperature on Tuesday.

The cold-for-May snap hitting the region today — temperatures are about 15 degrees below normal — should continue overnight, with a low temperature of around 41 degrees expected, the National Weather Service says.

If the mercury drops any lower than that, Philadelphia would have a new record: The coldest temperature ever recorded on May 14 is 40 degrees, according to the weather service.

The weather service is calling that mark a “possible vulnerable record low.”

Read more at http://www.philly.com/philly/news/Cold_stretch_to_continue_overnight_record_low_temp_possible_in_Philly.html#3eUFqHvhv5DTxxW8.99

One comment on “Cold Stretch To Continue Overnight, Record Low Temp Possible In Philly

  1. In the Pittsburgh area,yesterday was 54 degrees and windy.I had to put my heat back on.This morning was 35 degrees.
    Middle of May,we should be a little warmer than 54 degrees.
    Gotta love that “global warming” the libs yack about!

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