Yet another evening of storms is wreaking havoc on the Philadelphia region.
Once again, storms swept through the region on Tuesday, leaving downed trees and other damage in their wake.
There were a lot of close calls throughout the day as the storms moved through quickly and with little warning.
Motorists are asked to use alternative routes in these areas.
The Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll, which takes place from 43rd to 50th along Baltimore Avenue, was called off via Twitter around 10 a.m. on Thursday.
A NWS meteorologist says the tornado has been classified as an EF0, the lowest level tornado.
Tropical Storm Andrea is moving into the area, bring with it heavy rain and the potential for flooding.
Tropical Storm Andrea made landfall along Florida’s Big Bend on Thursday around 5:45 p.m. and has gathered forward speed.
The 2013 Atlantic Hurricane season officially begins June 1st, and once again, an active season is expected.
That’s according to a study by the nonprofit science journalism group Climate Central. It says that’s equivalent to having Central Park covered 41 feet high with sewage.
Starting at 1 p.m. on Dec. 26th, the transportation system is offering full-system cross-honoring, which means that customers who take a bus, for example, can use their bus pass to take the train.
Approximately 10,000 Philadelphia residents are living in flood zones. And that number is only within the city limits.
When a storm hits, governments and utility companies often find their preparations insufficient.
A major storm could cause a business to close its doors for good. But even those able to recover may suffer.
A nor’easter smacked the storm-ravaged Jersey shore on Wednesday, a week and half after Superstorm Sandy wrecked many of its beaches, dunes and boardwalks, and left low-lying communities newly vulnerable to flooding, wind damage and power outages.