Winter Storm Watches have been posted all across the region as a powerful system moves up the eastern seaboard, developing into a full-blown nor’easter.
While Crews Gear Up To Tackle Snowy Roads, PennDOT Reminds Drivers To Be Prepared And Flexible When Traveling
PennDOT says crews are monitoring the forecast and they will be prepared to take on the wintry weather conditions.
The NFL has announced that Sunday’s Jets vs. Bills game cannot be played in Buffalo.
Week 12 Suicide Pool advice.
Skiers and riders will see dynamic innovations on the eastern Pennsylvania snow scene this season. Millions of dollars have been poured into resort improvements from parking lots to lodges, accommodations, lifts and summits.
Here’s a guide to staying safe – and warm – during extremely cold and wintry weather.
As we approach the midway point in November, daily high temperatures through next week will feel more like those of December instead!
Seems like winter began in the Delaware Valley before Winter officially arrived. The first flakes of the season accumulated on grassy surfaces tonight from the Poconos to the city and beyond.
It’s just like going to the dentist — you don’t want to go buy salt, but you know you should.
Temperatures will drop into the 30s by Thursday morning, and then you won’t see them get above 40 for the rest of the week.
With winter fast approaching, NOAA has released it’s 2014-15 Winter Outlook.
PennDOT’s Gene Blaum says the 36 salt sheds around the region are receiving deliveries with the aim of filling them up by the time the first snowfall hits the area.
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.