This wild week of wintry weather continues. Round one yesterday and round two is just a few hours away. Our next storm will bring it all: Snow, Ice & Rain. This triple threat will bring many problems and this time location is everything.
Despite a brief break, the active weather pattern will get underway again Tuesday night. Our second large storm of the week moves in overnight into Wednesday morning as a mixed bag of snow, ice and rain (which could freeze on contact).
Tuesday will literally be the “calm before the storm”. STORM #2, that is.
The winter of over-performing storms continues, with a system that blasted the area today with well over half a foot of heavy, wet snow.
The first clipper will come through late Wednesday with another cold front with a chance of a rain or snow shower early Thursday morning.
We had a lot of thawing to do after temperatures in the single numbers and below zero to start last week.
Freezing rain and sleet falling in the region has led to dangerous road conditions and dozens of accidents.
The first winter storm of the new year will bring snow to our area late Thursday afternoon.
PennDOT spokesman Gene Blaum says they tried to get to work about 48 hours before the winter storm’s predicted arrival.
The first winter storm of the new year remains on track to arrive in the Delaware Valley on Thursday evening.
We’ll enjoy cold but quiet weather for the first day of 2014, and then everything changes as two areas of low pressure set their sights on the area.
Sunday’s high temperature shattered the previous record 64 — and people throughout the region found different ways to enjoy the surprisingly warm weather.
This weekend’s winter storm came and went, but not before it left behind some tricky travel conditions.
The best shot for snow was through the north and west-most counties, and Winter Storm Warnings remain in effect until early Sunday morning for that region.
Three times in a week, snow and ice and rain pelt our tri-state area. This latest storm looks to bring all three precipitation types again today.