The 2014 Farmers’ Almanac just released its prediction of a big storm due February 1st through the 3rd.
With a chance for some significant snowfall in the Delaware Valley Sunday night into Monday afternoon, PennDOT is advising motorists to be prepared for what could be a rough commute to work Monday morning.
CBS Philly has received community cancellations for Saturday, February 9, 2013. Check them here!
Chris analyzes the pandemonium surrounding the snow storm about to hit the Delaware Valley, the confirmation hearings for the President’s nominee for CIA Director, John Brennan, the latest news on New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez, and new regulations hitting supermarkets. He talks to Steve Cordasco, CBS 3′s Beasley Reece, and Comedienne Heather McDonald.
Snow has affected both the Philadelphia International Airport and Pennsylvania Turnpike.
The Office of Administration has announced that non-essential employees should leave work two hours early due to the weather.
A powerful storm system is spinning our way tonight. The storm is already responsible for bringing blizzard conditions across the northern Plains and severe weather to the south, but for us it will just be a windswept rain through the overnight hours.
PPL expects all of its customers to have electricity by Thursday at the latest–a week after a rare fall snow storm.
Monday marks the final day of January and most of us are happy to see it go and take the snowfall with it. An editor with The Old Farmer’s Almanac explains what can be expected the rest of the winter.
Thousands remain without power following an overachieving winter storm that dumped more than a foot of snow on the Philadelphia area.
Franklin Township councilwoman Kimberly Francois is defending her call to police for a ride home from the train station during last week’s storm.
Due to severe weather conditions, N.J. Transit, SEPTA trains and Amtrak services have been affected, officials say.
The snow may seem like a big inconvenience to adults but kids know it’s good for sledding and there was plenty of room on the city’s favorite sledding hills.
As the historic sites on Independence Mall were closed, a mother and daughter from San Francisco were making the best of their stay in Philadelhpia.
Mayor Nutter made the rounds and lent a helping hand in several neighborhoods as Philadelphia spent Monday digging out. He also made it a point to remind residents of the city’s new shoveling law.