CBS Philly has received community cancellations for Wednesday, March 6, 2013.
The area is bracing for a blast of winter weather. Some residents south and west of the city will see four to eight inches of snow, but two to four inches is expected to fall on most of the region.
During winter getaways, things don’t always go as planned. So be ready to deal with some all-too-common pitfalls.
The Delaware Valley managed to escape the brunt of the recent storm, but the ripple effects are still being felt throughout the area.
Widespread power outages predicted in the wake of Friday’s nor’easter have not materialized in New Jersey.
Mercer County residents woke up to a sparkling white winter wonderland Saturday morning with about four inches of snow coating everything in sight.
While the big storm clobbered New England, it spared most of our region its wrath, with only a dusting to a couple of inches in the suburbs.
Several professional and college sports teams were forced to rearrange their travel plans as a massive storm swept through the Northeast, dumping a few feet of snow in some areas.
As expected, we did not receive the crippling amounts of snow but many untreated roads are slippery so give yourself some extra time as you head out today.
A storm that dumped several inches of snow on the eastern half of Pennsylvania is expected to clear the region soon and be replaced by sunny skies and a stiff breeze.
A storm that dumped several inches of snow on the eastern half of Pennsylvania is expected to clear the region Saturday morning and be replaced by sunny skies and a stiff breeze.
CBS Philly has received community cancellations for Saturday, February 9, 2013. Check them here!
The snow will continue through the early morning hours, with areas of locally heavier snow.
Snow fell across the region Friday night, causing many problems, in some areas more than others.
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