The worst of this storm will be felt early Thursday morning, as bands of heavy, windswept rain push through the region from south to north.
It’s not over yet. Another thump of snow will rumble through this evening and tonight as the back edge of the storm moves through, and these bands will intensify as another coastal low deepens offshore.
Heavy snow will continue to fall through the overnight hours and into the early morning, piling up well over 6 inches in many areas, with even higher amounts in our far north and west suburbs where the snow could pile up over a foot.
They have been scarce around here this season, but Nor’easters are notorious in our area during the winter months.
One person was killed and eight were injured in a three-car crash along the Schuylkill Expressway Wednesday morning.
Passengers traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday are thankful – so far – for on-time departures, something that’s not guaranteed this time of year.
As a large storm encroaches on the Delaware Valley, the Eyewitness Weather Team continues to fine tune the details.
A developing and slow moving nor’easter will impact the region over the next several days with rain and wind.
Streets Department crews are preparing for the winter storm and urging motorists and pedestrians to use caution as the storm worsens.
A New Jersey town hit hard by Superstorm Sandy is worried what the winter storm might do to its barrier island community.
Public Works Department front end loaders hit the beach in Brigantine’s north end, piling sand in front of beach access point Thursday, ahead of the nor’easter predicted for the region.
Impressive snowfall totals are likely with the Nor’easter heading here overnight and thru the morning hours on Friday.
A coastal low (okay, a Nor’easter) looks to be eyeing the East Coast, and it’s packing a variety of weather conditions.
New Jersey is extending the deadline for registration of charities and fundraisers related to Superstorm Sandy.
Over the past two weeks the Northeast has been hit by some very opposite weather patterns.