Weather: Last Day Of Summer Will Feel Like FallHighs will top off in the low 70s as a cool breeze blows in off the ocean.
Severe Thunderstorms Tear Through Delaware ValleyWind gusts exceeding 70 mph knocked downed thousands of trees, poles and wires, causing power outages for hundreds of thousands of customers from the Poconos to Jersey shore the Delaware beaches.
Week Of Wild Weather Continues With Round 2 Of Snow, Ice And RainThis wild week of wintry weather continues. Round one yesterday and round two is just a few hours away. Our next storm will bring it all: Snow, Ice & Rain. This triple threat will bring many problems and this time location is everything.
More Snow For Some: 4-6" Of Snow Expected For Parts Of Our AreaThe Eyewitness Weather team is once again tracking a major Southern Winter Storm that will bring snow to parts of our area overnight.
Bitter Blast Followed By 3 More Chances Of SnowThere are more snow opportunities during the next several days and even more biting wind chills
BLOG: Arctic BlastEnjoy the seasonable temperatures now because the coldest air of the season is about to invade the Delaware Valley.
BLOG: Developing Nor'easter Moves To Our RegionA developing and slow moving nor'easter will impact the region over the next several days with rain and wind.
Perseid Meteor Shower To Peak This WeekendStar-gazers and sky watchers will be treated with a rare show this weekend as weather conditions are ideally setting up for viewing of the Perseid Meteor Shower.
Weather Blog: Another Day, Another DelugeMother Nature is soaking the region again today with over five inches of rain in parts of the region.
Andrea Brings Heavy Rainfall To Delaware Valley Andrea was downgraded to a post-tropical cyclone today, but not before dumping copious amounts of rainfall on the area.
Blog: Tropical Storm Andrea Tracks Toward Our AreaAndrea is currently spinning in the Gulf of Mexico about 300 miles southwest of Tampa, Florida.
Storm Developing In Our AreaWe have been keeping an eye on a developing storm tonight which has prompted Winter Storm Watches across southern portions of our viewing area. An area of low pressure will ride up along a stalled front on Thursday as colder air digs in from the north. We'll see plenty of clouds during the day in Philadelphia but the storm will have a difficult time spreading moisture this far north.