By the time Monday rolls around, we may be even more tired of seeing snow than we are already, if that’s at all possible!
This bitterly cold weather that has gripped the Delaware Valley in recent days has sparked a number of fires and the Philadelphia’s Fire Commissioner is urging everyone take a look around their homes for potential hazards.
The shore got a combo of cold and snow with some residents waking up to half a foot of fresh powder that left roads to plow and driveways to shovel.
Are you sick of the cold weather? Wish you were heading south for winter? You are not alone!
With the frigid temperatures, SEPTA is taking steps to try to keep the system moving.
The Philadelphia region was hammered by 14 inches of snow just days after Center City Restaurant Week got underway. So just how much did the weather affect business?
Philadelphia has already made it to the 5th snowiest January of all time with 22.5”… and counting!
Police are investigating whether the brutal cold played a role in the death of a man whose body was found in a Center City street Thursday morning.
As the American Red Cross tells us, when you are trying to stay warm, it’s always important to stay safe.
There are more snow opportunities during the next several days and even more biting wind chills
Here’s a guide to staying safe – and warm – during extremely cold and wintry weather.
A Winter Storm Warning take effect Tuesday morning and last until Tuesday night.
All the latest guidance seems to be in agreement with the idea of a stronger storm with more moisture, and thus higher snow amounts.
The first clipper will come through late Wednesday with another cold front with a chance of a rain or snow shower early Thursday morning.
As our odd winter weather continues, you might be wondering if your plants and shrubs will survive the winter of 2014.