ACME is offering customers impacted by Tuesday’s storms 5 percent off their entire order after thousands of residents lost power for several days.
The Christie Administration is pondering a possible disaster declaration in the wake of Tuesday’s storm in sections of South Jersey.
About 137, 000 people are still without power following Tuesday night’s powerful storms.
The continued power outages caused by Tuesday’s thunderstorms are costing some area businesses a lot of money.
It’s been two days since a short lived storm cause a ton of damage in Delaware County.
The entire county remains in a state of emergency, with a little more than 24,000 customers still without power.
PECO says it’s an all hands on deck effort as they work to restore electricity.
Cleanup crews continued work late Wednesday evening in Delaware County.
The cleanup has started in Gloucester County, but the process has been slow.
If you’ve experienced tree-related damage, 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has information on filing an insurance claim for repairs.
The storms on Tuesday night caused widespread damage and power outages throughout the Philadelphia area.
After Tuesday’s storms, thousands are still without power, leading some areas to set up mobile device charging stations and cooling centers.
PECO warns that all power may not be restored until Friday, especially in the hardest hit areas.
At the entrance near the Boscov’s and J.C. Penney department stores, there’s a sheet of metal hanging over the entrance, which is taped-off for safety.
A few showers are still lingering this morning, but most of the greater Philadelphia area is currently in a lull.