It looks like we could be in for a slightly warmer start to the winter in the Delaware Valley.
It looks like a rain changing to snow event for the region on Wednesday and Wednesday night.
The largest of the seven projects, costing $32 million, is to shore up the cabling that powers SEPTA’s entire Regional Rail system.
Transportation Department spokesman Steve Schapiro says, “The state spent a staggering $138 million to keep the roads clear, and that’s about the same as what we spent the previous 3 seasons combined.”
A long, ferocious winter is finally behind us, and now it’s time to get the yard primed for one of the most anticipated summers in recent memory.
Peco CEO Mike Innocenzo told the Pa. House Consumer Affairs Committee that 715,000 customers lost power — 40 percent of the Peco system and 70 percent of Peco customers in the suburbs — due to the February 5th ice storm.
Snow covered for-sale signs aren’t magnets for home buyers. Kevin Redmond in Ocean City says he’s had many house hunters cancel trips because of snow.
The winter weather — just won’t go away.
This isn’t the first time Lower Merion has done a special pick-up of tree debris, but township officials say it will rival the Hurricane Sandy cleanup.
South Jersey took the brunt of this late-winter storm.
The heaviest snow will occur overnight through about 8am Monday morning.
The last weekend of winter brought a glimpse of spring for the first day and a definite return to the cold season by Sunday.
As of Saturday evening, far southern NJ and central and southern DE has the best chance to see the most snow of 3-6″ with 1-3 inches around Philadelphia and surrounding suburbs.
Let’s load our plate with a taste of spring weather today and go back for seconds.
Winter may finally be on its way out, but it sure has left its mark.