Here’s an interesting photo from Johnstown earlier in the season:
Bill Neff City Fog
What’s going on is an inversion. That’s when temperatures are warmer with increasing height, forcing the cool air underneath it to stay in place until enough mixing (sunshine) can occur. The air underneath that warm layer cools [...]
Here’s a little explainer on what’s going on today, and why it’s so chilly!
Temperatures in west central PA made it into the mid to upper 40s today, while western PA got close to 70! East winds coming in off the Atlantic Ocean brought a maritime layer into the state that got stuck [...]
I’m sitting in traffic on my way back to Pittsburgh and I have my sun roof open. I looked at the temperature and my car tells me it’s 61 degrees. I wanted to know just how warm Johnstown was so I called Tony. He told me that the airport is at [...]