The weather has taken on a few personality changes lately.
“This is the morning we were not hoping for but predicted, that we were going to have some weather-related delays,” said Airport Spokesperson Victoria Lupica.
Heavy rain and strong winds complicated holiday travel plans Wednesday for commuters at Philadelphia International Airport and along the major roadways in the region.
As a storm packed with a mixed bag of precipitation moves towards our region just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday travel, one word is key at Philadelphia International Airport: patience!
If you have travel plans for Thanksgiving either on the roads or in the sky, prepare for delays as a large storm will impact the eastern U.S. Tuesday & Wednesday.
Enjoy the seasonable temperatures now because the coldest air of the season is about to invade the Delaware Valley.
A potent and fast moving storm system is blowing through the region this morning.
Rain and storms moving through the area are causing headaches for many.
The severe weather has prompted flight delays averaging 45 minutes at Philadelphia International Airport, while schools in Philadelphia and elsewhere canceled extra-curricular activities.
By any standard, the last couple of weeks have been beautiful if you wanted to spend time outdoors. But for plants, it’s a different story.
The nice streak of weather will continue through the weekend, but next week, we could finally see some rain move back into the area.
Mother Nature is soaking the region again today with over five inches of rain in parts of the region.
Do you need to water your plants? Did it rain while you were gone? You know what? Get a rain gauge.
We may be in the grips of another heat wave around here, but recent heavy rains in the region have proven to be troublesome to several South Jersey farmers.
July has surged into the Delaware Valley right where June left off. The Philadelphia region is enduring relentless rain for a third consecutive week as tropical moisture streams up the US eastern seaboard.