Blog: Will Hermine Spoil Labor Day Weekend Plans?Confidence is growing that our Labor Day weekend will be impacted by this storm.
Tens Of Thousands Without Power After Severe Storms Move ThroughTens of thousands of homes and businesses are left in the dark due to severe thunderstorms.
Water Department's 'RainCheck' Team Find Pleasure In PrecipitationCity Water Department’s Storm Management Program collects rainwater to prevent flooding.
Wet Weather Moves InEleven days this month have featured measurable rain in Philadelphia and we are going to add a few more days to that total starting today.
Weather: A Soggy TuesdayAreas along the coast in southern New Jersey and Delaware are currently seeing the heaviest rain.
Warm Temperatures Move In As Rain Moves OutPhiladelphia saw 1.17" of rain as totals ranged generally from 1-2" across the area, but as we stated yesterday, areas to the north and west saw higher amounts.
Weather: A Soggy, Windy WednesdayWhile this is the lowest classification that they can issue for severe weather, it still indicates the chance to see a strong to severe thunderstorm.
Storm Soaks New Jersey, Sends Shore Home Into WaterA drenching rain continued to soak most of New Jersey on Saturday, spurring minor flooding in some areas and washing a Jersey shore home into the water.
Weather: Rain Clears Out, Takes Humidity With ItYesterday's deluge put much of the region back on track in terms of the precipitation deficit of the last month and a half.
Weather: Scattered Showers And Thunderstorms All DayAfter not seeing any rain in over three weeks, Philly is finally getting in on some wet weather.
Little Summer Rain But No Drought Worries In New Jersey...YetNew Jersey environmental officials insist the state is not, at this point, in danger of going into a drought despite the lack of rain we've had around here lately.
Heaviest Rain Over, But Scattered Thunderstorms Expected This AfternoonIt's been a soggy start for much of the Delaware Valley.