Do employees who come to work with a cold do more harm than good? According to a study, the answer is usually yes.
It looks like we could be in for a slightly warmer start to the winter in the Delaware Valley.
Accumulation is not expected as rain should take complete control over the next few hours
Philadelphia had the record low of 20 tied, while Georgetown and Reading set new ones altogether at 19 and 17, respectively.
Wednesday morning’s record-low temperatures are well below freezing, and the gusty winds are making it feel like it’s in the single digits in some areas.
An arctic blast has enveloped the Delaware Valley, with no end immediate end in sight – that will have to wait until next week.
As Arctic air spills into the Delaware Valley overnight, skies will clear. Sustained winds, 15-20 miles-an-hour will continue, and morning wind chills be drop into the teens. The clear skies will provide a good view of the annual Leonid Meteor Shower. Best viewing right before sunrise!
Montgomery County has issued a Code Blue over the next couple of days.
A steady, soaking rain for much of the Delaware Valley on this 3rd Monday in November.
Here’s a guide to staying safe – and warm – during extremely cold and wintry weather.
As the sun sets later today, the temperatures will begin their chilly plunge.
The Humane Society offers bits of advice on what you should do if you see a pet left out in the cold.
The new month will come in with a howling wind and daytime highs nearly fifteen degrees below normal.
Although concerns are mounting across the nation of Ebola exposure, doctors fear the focus could be diverting attention from another potential threat: the flu.
After a chilly start on Monday, a rebound to normal temperatures is in order for the afternoon hours.