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.
Some 250 players were hitting the fields at FDR Park for the 11th annual Phillies Softball Carpenter Cup.
Monday is the first full day of summer, and it is going to feel like it!
Heavy rain is expected this weekend as remnants from Tropical Storm Bill spin eastward into the Delaware Valley. A Flood Watch is in effect for our entire region Saturday evening through Sunday because of the threat of downpours and flooding.
Local Boy Scout leaders in the Philadelphia region are adopting a membership and employment policy that opposes discrimination based on sexual orientation.
For the weekend, Saturday is certainly the better day.
Thursday is off to a wet start. Sunday is unfortunately looking rather soggy as well.
As you head out the door on Wednesday morning, it is going to feel noticeably different than in recent days.
Despite never being a serious threat in terms of typical tropical hazards (wind, storm surge), Tropical Depression Bill is now dumping flooding rains on the U.S. mainland.
This resilient 13-year-old likes arithmetic. “You gotta know how to count your money!” she notes, wisely.
Tuesday will be very similar to Monday. The heat and humidity will “stick” around for one more day, and thunderstorms will once again pop up this afternoon.