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September 26th, 2014 - See anything different about our homepage temperatures map? It is now at a higher resolution with a 2.5km grid spacing.

September 2nd, 2014 - An archive of PA "Blurbs" from the home page is now located in our features section or by clicking here.

Daily Almanac - August 28, 2015
City Normal
High
Normal
Low
Now
ALLENTOWN 81 5969
ERIE 77 6165
JOHNSTOWN 74 5862
MIDDLETOWN 82 6372
PHILADELPHIA 84 6676
PITTSBURGH 80 6067
SCRANTON 78 5868
UNIVERSITY PARK 79 5964
WILLIAMSPORT 80 5968

PA Blurb - June 2015

June was a very active and wet month across the state of Pennsylvania. The first two-thirds of the month was warm and humid with a couple of severe weather outbreaks on the 8th and 12th. An EF-0 tornado was reported on June 8th in Northumberland, PA. Soaking rains fell on the 20th and 21st in association with the remnants of Tropical Storm Bill over the southern half of the state, with most places seeing 0.5-1.5” of rain over the 2-day period. Yet another line of severe thunderstorms swept through the state on the 23rd producing widespread power outages over southeastern Pennsylvania. Temperatures cooled down to below normal readings for the remainder of the month with another bout of soaking rain associated with a strong wave tracking northeastward along a slow-moving frontal boundary. Precipitation for the month generally ranged from 5” over north-central Pennsylvania to in excess of a foot of rainfall over south-central PA. Over 60 sites within the state reported measurable precipitation at least 20 out of the 30 days of the month, breaking records in some places for most measurable precipitation days for June.

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