Highs on Thursday and Friday are unlikely to reach 20 degrees. Winds will once again be a factor, and it’ll be blustery both days.
With frigid temperatures in town for much of the week, a Philly restaurant is again offering an incentive to brave the cold.
Warm air made a spring-like grand entrance back into the area today with a band of heavy rain and thunderstorms.
This wild week of wintry weather continues. Round one yesterday and round two is just a few hours away. Our next storm will bring it all: Snow, Ice & Rain. This triple threat will bring many problems and this time location is everything.
Despite a brief break, the active weather pattern will get underway again Tuesday night. Our second large storm of the week moves in overnight into Wednesday morning as a mixed bag of snow, ice and rain (which could freeze on contact).
Plumbers were on the scene at a home in Bensalem Wednesday. There the brutal cold caused the pipes to freeze. Company officials say it’s one of the busiest winters in recent memory.
Dangerous wind chills are also expected to develop late Monday night.
Burlington County, NJ is at least the third area to do so.
The Code Blue is in effect from 6:00 p.m. Wednesday night until 6:00 a.m. Thanksgiving morning.
Officials in Montgomery County have issued a “Code Blue” in advance of this weekend’s freezing temperatures.
“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.”
The snow hasn’t really been sticking to the roads but that doesn’t mean PennDot is finished with its work this weekend.
Okay, it isn’t even winter yet officially (that comes on Dec. 22) but man, it is COLD out there!