The storm’s fierce winds left a mark in some parts of the region Tuesday, knocking down trees and power lines.
Warm air made a spring-like grand entrance back into the area today with a band of heavy rain and thunderstorms.
Flooding has been reported in some areas as the winter storm continues to move across the region.
Many of us can’t wait for the snow to melt, but those close to rivers and streams hope it doesn’t happen too fast.
Emergency management officials this weekend will be keeping watch up and down the Delaware River. As temperatures rise, so will the water.
Members of a South Jersey congregation could have plenty of reasons not to be thankful. But this Thanksgiving, they are rebuilding with gratitude.
One person was killed and eight were injured in a three-car crash along the Schuylkill Expressway Wednesday morning.
Chris reviews President Obama’s handling of negotiations with Russia over chemical weapons in Syria. the Eagles loss to the Chargers, and Joe Biden’s aspirations for the presidency. He talks to Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein on the Monday Morning Matchup, Philles Broadcaster Larry Andersen, and CSN Philly’s Ray Didinger.
The men were apparently fishing in the creek near Lincoln Drive and Forbidden Drive in Fairmount Park.
Officials in Delaware County say several people were removed after becoming trapped inside the BJ’s Wholesale store on East Woodland Avenue in Springfield.
Severe storms are causing minor flooding problems that have delayed SEPTA trains in Philadelphia and prompted a tornado warning in at least one southeastern Pennsylvania county.
Mother Nature is soaking the region again today with over five inches of rain in parts of the region.
Storms are moving through the Delaware Valley on Friday, bringing flooding and damage to our region.
There are several spots in Delaware and New Jersey reporting downed trees and flooding.
The barrier island of Margate looked a lot different Tuesday. Morning and afternoon storms flooded many of the lower lying streets, turning different blocks into their own islands.