Ideal snow making conditions call for temperatures below freezing with low humidity. With temperatures regularly in the 40s and 50s, December has given us better golf weather than ski weather.
After a week of mostly cloudy skies, the stubborn clouds over the past few days finally gave way to some sunshine today.
Snow continued to fall in Warminster and surrounding areas Thursday night as temperatures dipped near the freezing mark. Residents say crews spent the day clearing the roads.
As you step out the door this morning, you may be asking yourself, “Am I walking into a Christmas card?”
A developing Nor’easter will impact the area over the next couple of days with heavy rain, gusty winds and even snow for parts of the Delaware Valley.
It’s not shaping up to be the nicest week across the Delaware Valley. A classic nor’easter will make for a messy midweek.
It looks like we could be in for a slightly warmer start to the winter in the Delaware Valley.
Jersey Central Power & Light reports nearly 14,600 homes and businesses were still without electricity Thursday afternoon, mostly in northwestern counties.
By rush hour Wednesday, more than 100 car wrecks had been reported on roads throughout Bucks County, said emergency officials.
All afternoon the temperature hovered just enough above the freezing mark to keep the precipitations from icing up on the main roads.
Winter Storm Warnings remain in effect for the Poconos, Lehigh Valley and northern Bucks, Montgomery and Chester counties, and Winter Weather Advisories remain in effect for Philadelphia and nearby PA and DE suburbs.
PennDOT press secretary Rich Kirkpatrick said Wednesday that anyone considering driving long distances on the highway should try to postpone their travel.
The window for dry roads has about ended. The Delaware Valley is now consumed by rain, which will be mixing and changing to snow in many spots over the next several hours.
This latest storm comes with terrible timing as millions of people hit the roads and the skies in preparation for the holiday.
While this storm isn’t going to be Armageddon, it will certainly be a strong nor’easter with significant winter weather implications.