It might be meteorological spring today, but everything else points to the dead of winter.
The Marinos replaced their roof but are still waiting to clean up the mess from the February 5th storm.
The state has bought 77,000 tons of salt so far and doled out over 82,000 hours of overtime pay to employees. That comes out to over $13 million spent in winter storm costs, nearly four times the amount originally budgeted.
Friday morning will be frigid. Philadelphia will challenge the record of 9 degrees, set in 1934. If that is not bad enough, wake up wind chills will be around -10.
A barge carrying much-needed road salt has arrived in New Jersey as another winter storm approaches.
Sore backs in the Delaware Valley get a mild stretching exercise today. Yes, more shoveling, especially north and west, but the lifting won’t be nearly as heavy as the Valentine Eve storm.
Getting snowed in by Thursday’s nor’easter may have provided another excuse to snuggle with your sweetheart on Valentine’s Day, but don’t get too comfortable!
The warm air aloft and at the surface may limit snow totals south and east of Philadelphia, but in the north and west suburbs an additional 3-6″ of snow will fall (locally higher amounts possible), pushing total snowfall amounts in some spots into the 18-22″ range.
Essential employees should report to work on their regular schedule.
Heavy snow, that changed to sleet and rain at mid-morning, made driving and walking a challenge for Chester County residents.
WEST CHESTER, Pa. (CBS) – The storm has temporarily stopped, and residents in one Philadelphia area county are being urged to shovel out hydrants and storm drains. Chester County officials are encouraging anyone out shoveling […]
Heavy snow will continue to fall through the overnight hours and into the early morning, piling up well over 6 inches in many areas, with even higher amounts in our far north and west suburbs where the snow could pile up over a foot.
Amtrak will operate a modified schedule on Thursday due to the winter storm moving up the East Coast.
Southwest Non-Profit Seeks Volunteers To Help Shovel Snow For Seniors, Disabled As Next Winter Storm Approaches
This winter is taking a toll on the group’s small, but mighty stable of volunteers.
Delaware County Council Chairman Tom McGarrigle says extra staffers are being brought in to handle an anticipated crush of emergency calls at the 911 Center.