Today is the start of Spring, but Old Man Winter is still hanging around.
There have been cases where ignoring storm warnings has proved deadly. Jay recounts a few.
Most of the recommendations deal with keeping officials and the public informed when outages occur.
Coastal flooding remains an issue as New Jersey braces for another round from a winter storm.
A number of Code Blues have been issued in New Jersey due to the severe weather.
CBS Philly has received community cancellations for Wednesday, March 6, 2013.
Low pressure over southern Virginia continues to intensify this afternoon proving rain, snow and wind across the mid-Atlantic.
With snow in our forecast, hardware stores across the Delaware Valley are hoping to put a dent into their inventories of the winter weather items already sagging their shelves.
The area is bracing for a blast of winter weather. Some residents south and west of the city will see four to eight inches of snow, but two to four inches is expected to fall on most of the region.
As of Tuesday evening, the storm was located over Kentucky and headed towards the mid-Atlantic.
We have one last dry day before a potent late-season winter storm moves into the region.
The weather pattern has remained cold over the past week — and a good set up for a late season winter storm.
The first week of March starts like a kitten, but there may be an inner lion hiding in there for the middle of next week.
Hurricane Irene, Superstorm Sandy, and last October’s ice storm have clearly demonstrated to PSE&G officials that global warming is a reality.
“We’re working as a united front instead of a friendly rivalry that the contest has become over the past five years,” says Kim Kosko with the New Jersey Sea Grant Consortium.
‘The Storm Formerly Known As Sandy’ left a lot of damage in her wake. Check out your photos here.