Wednesday morning will greet us with temperatures in the teens in Philadelphia, some single digits in our suburbs.
Record cold is in the forecast. Frigid weather is difficult for all of us and can be dangerous, even deadly. But some people are actually allergic to cold weather.
Sore backs in the Delaware Valley get a mild stretching exercise today. Yes, more shoveling, especially north and west, but the lifting won’t be nearly as heavy as the Valentine Eve storm.
If you have your passport ready, you can be on your way within hours, says Jeannie Sabaroff, team leader at Liberty Travel, at 16th and Chestnut Streets in center city Philadelphia.
Diners at Hurley’s American Grille in Horsham say they are coping the best they can without power at home.
If your home still has no electricity, what can you do to protect your plumbing?
This survey comes during the coldest month of January in a decade.
If you live in a virtual cave with no weather reports or thermometers, but happen to have a rhododendron just outside your door…look at the leaves.
The heaviest snow will fall South and East of Philadelphia.
Crews from the Delaware Department of Transportation prepared to work through the night as snow arrived in Delaware.
The Eyewitness Weather team is once again tracking a major Southern Winter Storm that will bring snow to parts of our area overnight.
Mother Nature’s handiwork can be seen in homes not only down the shore, but all over the Delaware Valley.
The core of the arctic air mass has settled into the Delaware valley today. It wasn’t record cold but low temperatures did get down into the single digits in the suburbs and 12 degrees in Philadelphia.
The latest arctic blast will continue to create gusty winds and drive wind chills below zero Tuesday morning.
Conservation measures will not only help maintain the power grid but will also help soften the blow of heating bills that may soar after yet another bout of bone-chilling cold.