It’s Coming: The Massive Snow Dusting of Spring 2015

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While watching the news at home on Sunday, I was amused with the local meteorologists who were warning us that it was going to get “downright cold” by midweek, that “downright cold” being a high of 42-degrees just weeks after actually downright-cold temperatures near zero crippled the region and burst lots of my friends’ pipes. But now, their biggest dreams are coming true thanks to a pretty certain snow prediction for tomorrow, which just happens to be the first day of Spring. Read more »

WATCH: Philadelphians Sled Down Art Museum Steps on Folding Table

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Philly photographer Adam Wallacavage (the guy who lives in this amazing house) posted a couple of videos of people sledding down the Art Museum steps to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram tonight. No, there’s not quite enough snow on the steps for what you’d call smooth sliding, but that didn’t stop the nuts in the below video from trying it while riding, of all things, a folding table: Read more »

6 Snow-Filled Philly Instagram Photos That Will Make You Want to Go for a Run Right This Second

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Calling everyone who was blessed with a snow day today: It’s time to press the pause button on Netflix, get off the couch, and go for a run. Not convinced? Below, six Philly Instagram photos that will, without a doubt, make you want to jump off your couch, lace up your shoes, and pound the pavement — or the powder, rather — right this minute. Read more »

What Your Evening Commute Will Look Like in Philadelphia

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Perhaps you’re one of the lucky ones, and the only travel you’ve had to do today is to your refrigerator. But if you had to commute to work today, get ready for a snowy, wet and annoying evening commute home.

The National Weather Service is still forecasting 4 to 6 inches for most of the Philadelphia area. The snow should end from the northwest in the late afternoon or early evening hours. Temperatures will continue to drop, and there is a danger of more icing overnight. Read more »

The Best and Worst of Last Night’s TV Weather Madness

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“A monster storm spanning half the country” was how Fox 29 anchor Iain Page kicked off Wednesday night’s 10 o’clock news. It hadn’t yet begun snowing, but forecasts were calling for between 4 and 6 inches. The radar showed that, yes, this storm was quite large. It has been cold this year, but we haven’t gotten a ton of snow accumulation. We were reminded quite often this snowfall could be larger than anything we’d seen in a year. “What could be our biggest snowstorm of the winter begins in just hours,” Page said. Read more »

Schools Closed; Snow Has Arrived

[Update 8:15 a.m.]

The snow has arrived, and the pictures are pouring in on social media.

[Original 5:41 a.m.]

Here are the snow totals for the area, predicted by the National Weather Service as of 4 a.m.

Here are the snow totals for the area, predicted by the National Weather Service as of 4 a.m.

Well, Philadelphia schools are closed today:

And forecasters still say snow is on the way (even though we just looked outside in Center City and saw none):

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