Here are the local counties and cities that have issued ‘Code Blue’ weather advisories.
This storm will have all the hallmarks of a true nor’easter – howling winds, heavy snow, strong waves along the coast, and unlike the storms we dealt with in January that were all snow and high-ratio snow at that, this one will have mixing issues.
With a coastal flood advisory in effect for the Jersey Shore there’s concern high tides could ice over roadways in low-lying areas.
Atlantic City made sure to open drains and clear them of any debris that could clog them and amplify any kind of flooding.
Enjoy the seasonable temperatures now because the coldest air of the season is about to invade the Delaware Valley.
A potent and fast moving storm system is blowing through the region this morning.
Rain and storms moving through the area are causing headaches for many.
Sandy is being retired from the list of tropical storm names because of the catastrophic damage its massive size and strength caused along the East Coast last year.
Windy and rainy conditions are what people in Kennett Square, Chester County dealt with Wednesday morning and afternoon.
The late season winter storm and the strong winds that are accompanying it are impacting travel on area bridges.
Low pressure over southern Virginia continues to intensify this afternoon proving rain, snow and wind across the mid-Atlantic.
Tuesday will be a nicer day compared to Monday with no umbrellas required with some sun and a high temperature of 46. However, it will be a breezy day with gusts peaking around 30 mph in between systems.
The strong winds that blew down tree limbs all over the Delaware Valley, also took down a flag pole on top of a ten-story building in Old City, this morning.
The weather needs a new calendar. It’s acting like April even though we are deep into winter.
Expect a wild week of weather in the Delaware Valley. A messy mix of precipitation is falling this morning.