Philadelphia hit 96° yesterday, the hottest day of the entire year! We had previously had a five-way tie of 95 degree days, but Thursday eclipsed them all by 1 degree. So will the heat be sticking around?
Officials confirm that two people, a man and a woman, died from heat-related causes back in July.
It’s going to be a steamy, sizzling, sweltering day across parts of the Delaware Valley.
The dog days of summer have arrived in the Delaware Valley. Let’s just hope the bark is worse than the bite!
I was asked a very interesting question last week during the heat wave. What do you recommend for exercise in temperatures like this? My suggestion stay indoors and be creative. You can make gains in fitness, strength, and flexibility right in the comfort of your own home.
OSHA, the Occupational and Safety Administration, says dozens of outdoor workers die each year because of heat related illnesses, and thousands more become sick.
With summer’s intense heat, we must keep in mind the safety of our companion animals.
Due to the high temperatures forecasted for tomorrow, all School District of Philadelphia Schools will dismiss early at 12 p.m., Tuesday, June 16.
With the hot and humid temperatures gripping the Philadelphia region, it feels like the dog days of summer. Many people are trying to keep cool in air conditioned homes and swimming pools — but what about the pups?
The Philadelphia School District has announced that all of its schools will be closing early on Friday.
Hazy. Hot. Humid. Get ready Philly — it’s going to be a steamy couple of days!
A warm, summer-like weather pattern is taking hold of the Delaware Valley.
Philadelphia and southern New Jersey offer several locations for people to cool down.
Thursday will be another warm, muggy, steamy day. And the final days of May won’t offer much relief.
In short, we’ve got some great excuses to hit the swimming pool in the days ahead, but keep your ears perked! If you hear thunder, always head indoors.