Road crews were back at it again Sunday preparing for yet another round of snow, sleet and freezing rain expected to makes it way across the Philadelphia region.
Another weekend storm will impact the Delaware Valley on Sunday afternoon and night.
Many parts of the U.S. have already broken records for snowfall and below zero temperatures while other parts have seen unseasonably warm temperatures.
The weekend winter storm that swept across the Delaware Valley moved out, but left behind an icy, slushy, wet mess, causing a slow, hazardous commute and also left homes and businesses without power Sunday morning.
Eight inches of snow added up to shoulder-height mounds at the street ends along the Washington Street Mall as people dug out from a winter storm in Cape May.
Forecasters are warning Pennsylvania and New Jersey residents that another blast of winter weather could bring high winds and frigid temperatures.
As a nor’easter prepares to pummel the Northeast, environmentalists have turned to climate change to explain this season’s storms.
Areas of light snow will continue to move into the region and change over to freezing rain and rain from south to north overnight.
Winter weather is coming, despite your Super Bowl plans. But PennDOT crews aren’t waiting on the sideline. They’ve already jumped into action.
Now that winter storm Juno has come and gone. we can once again focus on the things that matter in life – like the Super Bowl.
All the preparations for a winter storm had many people thinking about last year, when much of the region lost power for days. One grocery store chain has been thinking about it too.
As the latest winter blast picks up in intensity across the region today, the biggest impact point is expected to be Philadelphia International Airport where a handful of flight cancellations are already reported.
He warned residents to stay off the roads before joking, “From what I’ve seen, you’ve all been to the supermarket in the last 24 hours…I don’t know why the rush on bread, but what the heck?”
Winter storm warnings will go into effect at noon on Monday.
With another winter blast expected to move through the Philadelphia region, hardware stores were busy Sunday with residents stocking up on rock salt and all the other items needed to get through the snow.