Tropical Storm Karen Could End Delaware Valley Dry SpellBy any standard, the last couple of weeks have been beautiful if you wanted to spend time outdoors. But for plants, it's a different story.
Jay Lloyd's Getaway: Keep Your Smartphone HandyThanks to the world of apps, getaway seekers have a new way of getting around.
Forecasters Worry Atlantic Hurricane Season Could Extend Late Into OctoberAs we mark the exact midpoint of the season during which storm activity is historically at its strongest, it's been quiet and uneventful.
Thursday's Expected Severe Weather Driven By 'Derecho' PhenomenonRain and strong thunderstorms are familiar adversaries for Delaware Valley residents this time of year, but we could be targeted by a bigger problem: a derecho.
Forecasters Predict ‘Active’ Hurricane Season This YearNOAA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is predicting 13 to 20 named storms (also known as tropical storms) and seven to 11 hurricanes, three to six of them major.
STUDY: Human-Influenced Warming Affecting WeatherNational Geographic's September cover story looks at "What's Up with the Weather" and concludes human-influenced warming is part of it.
Area Weather Forecasters Say Christmas Travel Will Be A Breeze, Not A BlizzardWhat a difference 12 months makes! Most holiday travelers won't find many weather hassles this holiday weekend.
Pennsylvania Expert Says Japanese Nuke Mishaps May Have Effect HereWhat does the nuclear power plant crisis in Japan mean for Hawaii, the west coast of the US mainland, and the rest of us in the United States?
A Blast From The Past: City Holds Snowy RecordAccuweather has compiled snowfall records for the 25 largest cities in the U.S. and guess which city had the biggest single snowstorm in the last 125 years?
January An Echo Of Below-Normal December TempsIf it seems like the frigid temperatures this month just a continuation of the bitter cold December we endured in the region, you're right.
Winter Weather AdvisorySnow is expected to arrive late on Thursday night and continue into Friday morning. Expect 2-4 inches in the Philadelphia area.