Check the long list of community cancellations received by CBS Philly for Tuesday, December 10, 2013.
I just want to go home,” said one woman who had been waiting for a Route 2 bus for more than 30 minutes.
Shortly after the snow started this morning, the number of flights listed in red as “cancelled” started growing.
Fortunately, many companies these days are offering their employees options.
Judging by the number of cars on the road at the height of rush hour, people either got an early start or stayed home.
The airport’s two main carriers, US Airways and American, say they will waive change fees in light of the forecast.
The mayor says the overnight crews will be salting first, with plowing to begin later in the day as the snow arrives.
Tony Leonard, the Eagles’ director of grounds, says NFL referee Ed Hochuli had outlined his priorities for the grounds crew: keeping the sidelines, end lines, and hash marks cleared.
What went wrong with the forecast? Accuweather’s Elliot Abrams offers an insider’s peek.
A Winter Weather Advisory continues for the region into early Monday morning for sleet and freezing rain.
PennDOT had a plan in place for the snow that was forecast for Sunday, but it couldn’t keep up with the snow that actually fell.
A motorist who got out of his car on the Pa. Turnpike has been struck and killed, and about 50 cars behind him were involved in a series of fender-benders that closed westbound lanes.
Snow and sleet accumulations of a coating to 1″ are possible for Philly and the N&W suburbs and 1-2″ for the Lehigh Valley & Poconos.
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation spokesman Gene Blaum says the salt depots are stocked with tons of salt across the five-county Philadelphia region, and plow blades are sharpened and ready to go.
Today is the start of Spring, but Old Man Winter is still hanging around.