Monday morning’s temperatures are cool, but daytime highs will eventually warm into the low 80s in Philadelphia.
The forecast of heavy rain this evening prompted the schedule change.
Not the sunniest forecast for a summer weekend as a potent storm arrives from the west, bringing with it lots of rain and gusty winds.
It is the first full weekend of summer, but it sure won’t feel like it.
Among the tall ships in the Parade of Sail, arrayed today along the Delaware River, is a schooner named “When And If” that once belonged to Gen. George Patton.
Officials are offering assistance at a number of locations on both sides of the Delaware River, including one in Clayton, Gloucester County.
Persistent power outages continue to make life difficult for more than 200,000 people around the Delaware Valley and South Jersey.
Soak up as much sun as you can get early on today, you might not see much of it again for several days.
The yearlong collaboration between members of the Attic Youth Center and seniors from the LGBT-oriented John C. Anderson Apartments produced a series of photos that focus on faces, with eyes open and closed.
Patricia DeCarlo, the executive director of the Norris Square Community Alliance in North Philadelphia, was one of the honorees who was recognized during Tuesday night’s 6th annual award ceremony.
CBS Philly has received the following community cancellations for Wednesday, June 24, 2015.
In addition to power outages and problems hitting mass transit on PATCO and SEPTA Wednesday morning, several area roads have been affected by the storms that hit the region on Tuesday.
Capri is a budding artist and wants to become an ultrasound technician.
Wind gusts exceeding 70 mph knocked downed thousands of trees, poles and wires, causing power outages for hundreds of thousands of customers from the Poconos to Jersey shore the Delaware beaches.
A group of people whose job it is to ease the frustrations of area drivers were gathering today at Citizens Bank Park to talk about ways to improve safety and response times on the Delaware Valley’s highways.