1. If you visit my blog regularly, you will notice the header picture right below the title changes daily. This header represents what the conditions are for the day. For example, if you see a blue sky with one cloud expect a nice day. If you see a lightning bolt with heavy rain, I would advise you to stay inside.
2. My forecasts are only going to predict the temperature and conditions three days in advance. The exact forecasts will be an average of all the counties covered by Philaburbia.
3. My forecasts will becolor coded. Here is a key to my colors:
Pink: 9° or below
Purple: 10° to 19°
Light Blue: 20° to 29°
Blue: 30º to 39°
Green: 40° to 49°
Yellow- Green: 50° – 59°
Yellow- 60° to 69°
Orange- 70° to 79°
Red- 80° to 89°
Black- 90° and above
Note that all of these temperature reading are measured in Fahrenheit.
Coming later today: My first forecast and more analysis of the Wednesday storm
Philaburbia weather is a place where someone living in the Philadelphia suburbs can look for their weather forecast and analysis.
I am Jason Hirsch and am a 10th grader at an area high school. Weather to me is a hobbie and a love.
I feel that many TV stations, websites, and blogs focus too much on the city of Philadelphia and not on the areas surrounding the city. I decided a few days ago that I wanted to take a stand and made Philaburbia.
My goal is to make the weather more precise and specific for anyone from Philadelphia on Northward and also have some fun!
These are the counties where I will focus most of my forecasts in: Bucks, Montgomery, Chester, Delaware, Mercer, Hunterdon, Somerset, Camden, and Burlington
I made a quick map to show the visual learner out there: 🙂
Thank you for following the Philaburbia weather blog!