Burlington County, NJ is at least the third area to do so.
Tuesday’s chilly weather didn’t exactly have people fighting for outdoor seating at Old City restaurants.
Montgomery County has issued a Cold Blue Cold Weather Emergency from Saturday to Tuesday.
This cold snap is taking a toll on everyone and everything in it’s path, including your tires. One local expert says you better keep an eye on the tire pressure in this weather.
Many drivers aren’t prepared for driving in the cold or snow, so 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has advice to prepare for the next round of weather.
We’ve been hearing it a lot this week, and with good reason: the term “cold snap.”
Just in time for this frigid blast, the Salvation Army of Greater Philadelphia kicked off a campaign Tuesday to get 9,000 new coats to children in need.
The bitter cold temperatures gripping the region will keep Philadelphia’s “Code Blue” in effect for the next few days.
The City of Philadelphia has declared a “Code Blue” ahead of what could be the coldest week of the year in the Delaware Valley.
As the temperature drops, public health officials say many families face a stark choice. Should they heat…or eat?
A “Code Blue” cold weather emergency has been declared in Montgomery County due to the large number residents without power due to superstorm Sandy.
The elderly are particularly vulnerable to extreme cold, and a geriatric expert is offering tips on keeping senior citizens safe.
A large area of high pressure is situated over the Delaware Valley keeping the forecast dry, but it has brought a brief surge of cold air.
A progressive website has set up a union-made supply chain to provide Occupy Wall Street and other locations with warm clothes for the winter.
Cars and all their parts are built to perform at their best when it’s 77 degrees out. And just like us, this cold makes them a little cranky.