My center of gravity was moved like shifting tectonic plates this week in reaction to the news that 132 children were ambushed and murdered by the Taliban at a school in Peshawar, Pakistan.
Showers are possible on Monday and Tuesday, but the big story is a large storm system that could swing through on Christmas Eve.
The stubborn system that has been plaguing us for several days is still leisurely moving away. So while clouds will still be in the picture, the sun should be returning in increasing amounts over the next 48 hours.
It’s not shaping up to be the nicest week across the Delaware Valley. A classic nor’easter will make for a messy midweek.
Accumulation is not expected as rain should take complete control over the next few hours
There was a demonstrable inherent bias in the way the media covered the unfolding story of Ferguson.
After finishing the month of November almost 2.5 degrees below average, December starts off well above average, with high temperatures in the 60s and even some 70s.
As we welcome in December, we also welcome the first day of winter – meteorological winter, that is.
Winter Storm Warnings remain in effect for the Poconos, Lehigh Valley and northern Bucks, Montgomery and Chester counties, and Winter Weather Advisories remain in effect for Philadelphia and nearby PA and DE suburbs.
The Washington Township, NJ resident realized she had a true passion for cooking, and she wanted to share her recipes and thoughts on food on “some sort of public platform” while also putting her writing degree to good use.
Winter Storm Watches have been posted all across the region as a powerful system moves up the eastern seaboard, developing into a full-blown nor’easter.
Hopefully you didn’t pack away all of the lighter clothes just yet!
Philadelphia had the record low of 20 tied, while Georgetown and Reading set new ones altogether at 19 and 17, respectively.
Stepping outside of your comfort zone is easier said than done, but one local blogger took the leap, and now she is inspiring others to do the same.
An arctic blast has enveloped the Delaware Valley, with no end immediate end in sight – that will have to wait until next week.