Hurricane Irene, Superstorm Sandy, and last October’s ice storm have clearly demonstrated to PSE&G officials that global warming is a reality.
The center released a report Tuesday that attributes 72 deaths in the U.S. directly to Sandy, from Maryland to New Hampshire. That’s more than any hurricane to hit the northeastern U.S. since Hurricane Agnes killed 122 people in 1972.
Several areas have issued Code Blues due to the incoming winter storm.
Fall getaways to Bermuda and the Caribbean can easily be detoured by the wild winds of nature. KYW’s Jay Lloyd offers a few tips.
Utility crews were working feverishly to restore electrical service to thousands of customers in Southern New Jersey who were still without power late Sunday night, one day after severe thunderstorms ripped through the region, causing widespread damage and power outages.
The excessive heat prompted the School District of Philadelphia to dismiss students early Tuesday.
The National Weather Service confirms a tornado is responsible for causing damage to buildings in Northeast Philadelphia Wednesday afternoon.
Atlantic City workers were on the beach early Wednesday morning preparing for the possibility of Hurricane Earl or its remnants hitting the jersey shore. Workers spread out across the beach and removed large yellow trash cans and wooden boards from the beach. Their concern is if the storm brings heavy rain and strong winds, the items will either fly or float and cause serious damage to people and property.