Due to the winter storm, the speed limit on several major roads in Pennsylvania have been reduced.
Our latest winter storm is underway and this one is different from the others, in that it’s what we’re calling an “upside down” storm.
Mayor Michael Nutter has declared a snow emergency for Philadelphia (effective at 10 p.m.) as Streets Department crews are once again dispatched with plows.
The very cold arctic air will continue to push in from the north overnight as the 2nd round of heavier moisture moves in.
With another winter storm in the works, all eyes are on the roads, mass transit and the public utilities.
With the latest winter storm expected to arrive in New Jersey Sunday night, Governor Chris Christie declared a State of Emergency.
A winter storm headed toward the East Coast has Amtrak trimming schedules for its Acela Express and Northeast Regional trains.
The Chester County Emergency Operations Center was activated at noon Sunday, much earlier than usual for a storm like the one expected the Philadelphia area.
CBS Philly has received the following community cancellations for Sunday March 2, 2014:
By Sunday night, after a brief changeover to sleet, snow begins falling.
A classic late season winter storm is set to impact the Delaware Valley Sunday Night and Monday.
So far, the Philadelphia region has seen 14 snow falls this season. As a result, many counties and municipalities are having a tough time keeping rock salt stockpiled. But many local hardware stores are facing the same problem.
It might be meteorological spring today, but everything else points to the dead of winter.
The Marinos replaced their roof but are still waiting to clean up the mess from the February 5th storm.
The state has bought 77,000 tons of salt so far and doled out over 82,000 hours of overtime pay to employees. That comes out to over $13 million spent in winter storm costs, nearly four times the amount originally budgeted.