Local Residents Cope With Philly Heat WaveAnother thing to consider is your vehicle. Jim Lardear of Triple-A Mid-Atlantic says you should prepare your vehicle for the summer just like you do in the winter.
Weather: A Change For The BetterAs you step out the door this morning, the change will be instantly noticeable.
Be Temperate About Starting Your Garden Now, Horticulture Expert AdvisesSally McCabe, project manager for the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society's "Garden Tenders" program, says gardeners can begin putting in their cool season crops now.
As Philly Temperatures Soar, So Do Ice Cream and Water Ice SalesIt wasn't too long ago that we were scraping ice off our windshields. Now, we're eating it!
When It's Too Hot Outside, PAL Moves Activities IndoorsOn a typical summer day, hundreds of children take part in PAL-sponsored baseball, tennis, and golf programs. But not when temperatures are approaching 100 degrees.
No Horse-Drawn Carriages On Philadelphia Streets During Heat WaveWhen the temperature exceeds 91 degrees, there is a city ordinance that says the horses need to be off the streets.
Excessive Heat Prompts Early Dismissal In Philadelphia School DistrictThe excessive heat prompted the School District of Philadelphia to dismiss students early Tuesday.
As Philadelphia Temperatures Soar, So Do Ice Cream Sales
Center City Philadelphia Weather Beckons Lunch-Goers To Linger A While LongerMonday was sunny and warm outside, with near-record temperatures, and people were finding any excuse they could to get out to enjoy their lunch hour out of doors.
Philadelphia's Outdoor Workforce Managing Amid Late-May Heat WaveThose who have to be out in Philadelphia's warmer weather today say this first hot spell of the season has been tolerable.
Another Blast of Snow Hits Delaware ValleyDespite Punxsutawney Phil's prognostication of less than three weeks ago, winter is still very much with us.
Old Man Winter Takes Another PotshotSome Delaware Valley winters come and go with nary a flake of snow. Not this one.