A beautiful end to the work week, and one of those days you’ll want to enjoy while you can … because it won’t last long!
Several areas have issued Code Blues due to the incoming winter storm.
Camden County officials have issued a “Code Blue” due to severe weather in the area.
Some leftover stubborn cold air will remain in place Monday morning. This will allow for a period of light snow, sleet and freezing rain as the warm front runs into the remaining cold air as lows drop into the mid 20s early Monday.
“Code Blues” have been issued in multiple municipalities due to the cold weather, and in Camden, residents are also being given access to “warming shelters.”
Chris remains skeptical about global warming as today’s drop to the lowest in two years and he is surprised at the commotion surrounding whether or not Beyonce lip synched the National Anthem at the Presidential Inauguration. He also talks to Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick about the debt ceiling, State Representative Daryl Metcalfe about making Pennsylvania a right-to-work state, and Tom McGrath from the Philly Post.
After a mild start to the winter season, a blast of true arctic air has invaded the Delaware Valley.
The coldest air thus far this season is taking over, and being reinforced by a quickly evolving and fast-moving system that will also usher in a little light snow mainly late this evening, just enough to drop a nuisance coating across the Delaware Valley.
Illness can strike quickly, and symptoms can be confusing to sort out. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl is here to break it down.
Okay, it isn’t even winter yet officially (that comes on Dec. 22) but man, it is COLD out there!
Don’t get me wrong; I love high pressure systems. They are calm and collected and ready to please. But, sometimes, this time of the year, they can be positioned to drag down a lot of cold air. We’ve got that right now.
On Monday, the city of Denver, CO hit a record high of 80 degrees with abundant sunshine. The forecast for Wednesday? 34 degrees with heavy snow. Imagine going from summer to winter within the span of a day!
The chilly weather is providing lots of fodder for talk in the grocery store aisles, on Twitter and on the playgrounds.
Most fevers in children are not dangerous, and parents shouldn’t worry so much, according to a new study.
If it seems like the frigid temperatures this month just a continuation of the bitter cold December we endured in the region, you’re right.
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