PATCO has announced a snow schedule is in effect on Thursday due to the pending snow storm.
Firefighters and medics in Chester County, hardest hit by last week’s storm, are busy preparing for the next winter onslaught.
The ban is in effect on the turnpike from Breezewood (Exit 161) to the Delaware River Bridge (Exit 359) and the entire Northeastern Extension (I-476) from Mid County (Exit 20) to Clarks Summit (Exit 131).
The southern jet stream remains active allowing for a low pressure system that’s currently over the deep South to intensify tonight and head up the East Coast.
With yet another storm on the horizon, the Philadelphia Parking Authority is planning to reinstate its $5 emergency parking rate.
They have been scarce around here this season, but Nor’easters are notorious in our area during the winter months.
Customer after customer came looking for firewood, rock salt, and perhaps a little hope this storm won’t be as nasty as the last one.
Amtrak will suspend some services Wednesday due to the latest winter storm forecast for the Northeast, Southeast and Mid-Atlantic regions.
PennDOT crews have their plow blades prepared and are getting ready to load the trucks with road salt to handle the impending storm.
The power went out around 2 a.m. Saturday morning at the Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission at 13th and Arch Streets.
Transportation delays linger after Wednesday’s winter storm that dumped up to a full half inch of ice on portions of the region and left hundreds of thousands without heat and electricity.
The temperatures are going to dip Thursday night into the single digits and many people are still without power, which means at least no heat and no light.
PECO crews are working to restore power to thousands in the area, including in Montgomery County.
These Philadelphia hotels are offering discounted rates following the winter storm.
KYW’s Dan Wing caught up with one Bucks County couple unable to stay at home.