Chairman Department of Pediatrics at Abington Memorial Hospital Dr. Steven Shapiro says the statistics are staggering.
Choose from kayaks, canoes, paddleboats, row boats, paddleboards and rafts. If you have your own, here are some spots to launch. If you don’t, rent one.
A safe and healthy summer cookout begins before the meat hits the grill and as 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan reminds us, it continues after the plates are cleared from the table.
After a round of showers and thunderstorms moved through last night, conditions are starting to clear throughout the Delaware Valley.
It has been a nice stretch with comfortable conditions the past several days, but now the humidity makes a return.
The nice weather that we experienced on Sunday is going to carry right on in to the first full week of summer.
The weather is still getting used to being summer, so expect a few clouds as the sun stretches its tiny yellow arms over us.
The longest and maybe most welcome day of the year started early this Saturday – at 6:51 a.m. – with summer’s arrival.
Summer arrives tomorrow morning at 6:51am EDT. This is the moment when the sun shines directly on the Tropic of Cancer or the imaginary latitude line 23° 26′ north of the Equator.
Temperatures will approach record status on Wednesday, June 18th. The record of 96 set back in 1957 will be threatened today as highs soar into the mid-90s, with the head index nearing triple digits in many locations.
Here’s your guide to Philadelphia’s pools, plus a few down the shore.
It’s summertime, and the livin’s easy. The dating? Not so much.
The heat will continue into tomorrow and a Heat Advisory has been issued for the urban areas from Trenton to Philadelphia to Wilmington because heat indices (combination of heat and humidity) Wednesday afternoon will climb into the upper 90s.
Quick, tell all your out of town friends: Philadelphia is one of the least expensive U.S. cities to visit this summer.
Sixers Summer League schedule released.