Hosted by CBS 3 meteorologist Carol Erickson, the day long complaining event started with her keynote address, “Why The Heck Is It Still So Cold?”
City officials say that due to this winter’s extreme weather, an unusually high number of trash tracks are out of service for repairs.
Winter took spring hostage on Friday and refused to give up without a struggle.
The cleanup is underway Friday night from another round of winter.
The calendar might say it’s the first day of Spring, but the weather in Philadelphia says otherwise.
Philadelphia’s exact amount will depend on when and if any mixing occurs.
March is typically a volatile month as Spring and Winter fight it out. In this case, Winter will win the battle but lose the war. Spring officially arrives tomorrow at 6:45PM but Winter will have one last laugh as up to 6″ of wet snow fall on parts of the Delaware Valley.
Thursday is the last full day of winter. Unfortunately, no one told mother nature.
Let’s look on the bright side. Spring arrives on Friday! But yes, a Winter Storm looms on the horizon.
Each of the next several days (except for Saturday) will be below average and are forecast to not make it out of the 40s! Starting with today, where continued breezy conditions will help it to feel even colder.
Once accumulations exceed four inches, the county activates a program that puts prison inmates to work during daylight hours, shovels in hand.
Due to inclement weather, City of Wilmington offices will open two hours late.
CBS Philly has received the following community cancellations for Friday, March 6, 2015.
The deep freeze means that morning travel could be tricky. Slushy spots will re-freeze and untreated roads will remain slippery. Allow plenty of extra time as you head out the door Friday morning and remember to slow down and use caution.
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