Snow will arrive in the Delaware Valley late Saturday morning/early afternoon.
The Thursday morning commute was accompanied by a few renegade snow showers through the northern counties in the Delaware Valley, all courtesy of a supplemental cold front.
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 storm has behaved as expected and is ending.
“This is the morning we were not hoping for but predicted, that we were going to have some weather-related delays,” said Airport Spokesperson Victoria Lupica.
Heavy rain and strong winds complicated holiday travel plans Wednesday for commuters at Philadelphia International Airport and along the major roadways in the region.
Atlantic City made sure to open drains and clear them of any debris that could clog them and amplify any kind of flooding.
Going home for the holidays is happening a little sooner than usual this year as travelers worried about a pre-Thanksgiving storm are hitting the road two days before turkey day.
Passengers traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday are thankful – so far – for on-time departures, something that’s not guaranteed this time of year.
As a storm packed with a mixed bag of precipitation moves towards our region just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday travel, one word is key at Philadelphia International Airport: patience!
It’s been one year since Superstorm Sandy, the deadliest and most destructive hurricane of 2012 and the second-costliest hurricane in United States history.
Christie said homeowners in Atlantic, Cape May, and seven other coastal counties can get up to $30,000 to elevate their property.
Authorities say a tree fell on top of a building at a Delaware zoo during the storm Friday afternoon.
When Sonny and Cher did it, it was the BEAT goes on. When a Bermuda high sings it, it is the HEAT goes on…and on and on.
It feels like a scene right out of the movie “Groundhog Day.” The Philadelphia region has been stuck in the same steamy weather pattern since earlier this week, and the pattern doesn’t look to be breaking anytime in the near future.