After a frigid Friday, temperatures rebound ever so slightly as we welcome in March this weekend, but we will also welcome yet another winter storm, our 15th of the season.
Reinforcing blasts of cold air will move through the area for the remainder of the month of February, dragging temperatures well below normal. It’s a fitting end to what has been a harsh winter month so far!
You won’t need the shovels this time around, but light snow is breaking out across parts of the region this morning.
Winter isn’t letting up. Another blast of snow blew through the region Tuesday morning.
The Winter of 2013-2014 is in the history books. Our latest blast from Mother Nature Tuesday morning brings the season snowfall total in Philadelphia above 56″ and it is now officially our third snowiest winter ever.
The Presidents’ Day chill will set the stage for yet another round of snow into Tuesday morning.
Another day, another chance of snow in the forecast…but now there are only 33 days until spring and only 22 days until Daylight Saving Time starts, which means sunset will be in the 7 p.m. hour!
It’s not over yet. Another thump of snow will rumble through this evening and tonight as the back edge of the storm moves through, and these bands will intensify as another coastal low deepens offshore.
The Phillies put individual game tickets on sale Thursday, but due to the weather concerns, the tickets go on sale online exclusively at 8:30am.
Gov. Jack Markell lifted the limited State of Emergency designations in several areas on Thursday afternoon.
Roses are red, violets are blue, the Nor’easter is a pain for everyone, even florists too!
This will be an all-day event Thursday, and since the rain/snow line will gradually lift north as we approach daylight, we have a variety pack of precipitation expectations and impacts.
People across our region are preparing for the 11th storm this season, which is expected to hit the Philadelphia region late Wednesday into Thursday.
PECO is hoping to have all power restored by the end of Tuesday. As of Tuesday morning, a little under 2,000 remained without power.
It is in higher demand this Valentine’s Day than jewelry. It won’t melt your heart, but it will melt the snow on streets and sidewalks.