But all eyes are focused on Saturday when our next storm arrives.
An 11-year-old boy has died after an ATV he was riding in collided with a dump truck in Logan Township.
The Delaware Valley has begun to settle into a multi-day deep freeze. Even despite a break from stormy weather and sunshine in the forecast through the end of the work week, the mercury will struggle to hit the freezing mark the next few days.
The cold means the snow won’t be melting any time soon. And that could make getting around a challenge.
Kids may love a snow day, but grown-ups know cleaning up after the storm can be tough work.
In Camden, County Public Works crews got on the job at 5 a.m. and the work didn’t stop until well after lunch.
Plow trucks had worked through the night on Chester County highways fighting the battle to keep roads safe as the storm hit hard at the start of morning rush.
It was a beautiful sight as folks in the Philadelphia area went shopping in a winter wonderland.
The Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders has extended the Code Blue Cold Weather Emergency through 8 a.m. Friday, December 13th due to a wet forecast and dropping temperatures.
As of 3:30 p.m., a spokesperson for the airport says there are no FAA reported delays for arriving or departing flights.
The storm has behaved as expected and is ending.
The Philadelphia Streets Department says that it is continuing its snow-fighting efforts into the afternoon.
On Tuesday morning, Bucks County activated a Code Blue warning.
Don’t leave your pets in the cold. That’s the advice from animal rights group PETA, which sent out an advisory on keeping animals safe when the mercury drops.
The storm has behaved as expected with the heaviest snow coming to an end early this afternoon.