After a soaking morning across much of the Delaware Valley, many locations are beginning to catch a bit of a break.
Winter is all fun and games…until after New Years’ Eve.
It looks like we could be in for a slightly warmer start to the winter in the Delaware Valley.
All afternoon the temperature hovered just enough above the freezing mark to keep the precipitations from icing up on the main roads.
Winter Storm Warnings remain in effect for the Poconos, Lehigh Valley and northern Bucks, Montgomery and Chester counties, and Winter Weather Advisories remain in effect for Philadelphia and nearby PA and DE suburbs.
The window for dry roads has about ended. The Delaware Valley is now consumed by rain, which will be mixing and changing to snow in many spots over the next several hours.
There are five resorts near locations where Philadelphia skiers and riders frequently travel west of the Susquehanna – Harrisburg, Gettysburg, State College and Seven Springs Conference Center. Here’s what’s new at those spots.
Read on for five of the country’s best national parks to visit in winter, one of which may require both generous amounts of sunscreen and rain gear.
While this storm isn’t going to be Armageddon, it will certainly be a strong nor’easter with significant winter weather implications.
Philadelphia had the record low of 20 tied, while Georgetown and Reading set new ones altogether at 19 and 17, respectively.
Wednesday morning’s record-low temperatures are well below freezing, and the gusty winds are making it feel like it’s in the single digits in some areas.
Here’s where to thaw out by the fireplace (or pit!) in Philadelphia.
Here’s a guide to staying safe – and warm – during extremely cold and wintry weather.
Seems like winter began in the Delaware Valley before Winter officially arrived. The first flakes of the season accumulated on grassy surfaces tonight from the Poconos to the city and beyond.
It’s just like going to the dentist — you don’t want to go buy salt, but you know you should.