Road salt hurts plants. Here are some links to good information about salt damage, as well as a list of salt-tolerant plants.
Transportation Department spokesman Steve Schapiro says, “The state spent a staggering $138 million to keep the roads clear, and that’s about the same as what we spent the previous 3 seasons combined.”
With sub-freezing temperatures tomorrow morning, a Freeze Warning has been issued for the area. If you have any cold-sensitive plants outdoors, you may want to consider covering them or moving them inside to ensure no damage.
When trees leaf out, not only will damaged branches be harder to see, they’ll also be heavier from all those leaves, posing a greater risk.
Behind the front, a wind switch to the northwest will usher in colder temperatures Tuesday night. As the cold air meets up with the remaining moisture, the showers could end as a brief period of wet snow late Tuesday night, mainly in the Poconos and Lehigh Valley.
It’s already annoying and it’s going to be a bad year for allergies.
Expect from 1 to 3 inches of rain in our area, with a flood watch from Saturday afternoon through Sunday evening.
Snow covered for-sale signs aren’t magnets for home buyers. Kevin Redmond in Ocean City says he’s had many house hunters cancel trips because of snow.
The winter weather — just won’t go away.
March is typically a very volatile month and this year is no exception.
Well, it’s March 25th, and we’re tracking snow. Would we expect anything less from this winter?
Here are the local counties and cities that have issued ‘Code Blue’ weather advisories.
A spring storm will bring more snow Tuesday, as cold air stays in place.
Another shift in the jet stream to the south has allowed a new supply of cold air to return to the Delaware Valley.
Big changes lie behind that front, and my advice is not to pack away the winter gear just yet!