Mother Nature Is Playing a Belated April Fools’ Joke on Philly

If you thought our terrible winter weather was going to end in March, you were wrong. Here we are on April 2nd, enduring an unpleasant wintry […]


WATCH: Cory Popp Caps Off Philly’s Miserable Winter With a Glorious Supercut

From bomb cyclones to four nor’easters in one month (and still counting), Mother Nature hit Philly pretty hard this winter, wouldn’t you say? While the […]


Can We Just Stop With Those Stupid Long-Range Winter Forecasts?

You know, there used to be a time when meteorologists were satisfied simply trying to get next week’s weather correct. But these days, in an […]


Morning Report: Winter Storm Toby Is Coming, We Swear

Good morning, Philly. Don’t be deceived by the lack of snow this Wednesday a.m. — it’s certainly on its way. As you likely know by […]


SEPTA, Roads and Schools: What to Know Ahead of Winter Storm Toby

Winter might technically be over, but spring has not sprung, and the snowstorm headed our way will bury any buds that thought they were going to […]

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Here’s the Latest on the Spring Nor’easter Headed Our Way

This week’s unpredictable forecast has taken a turn for the worse. A winter storm warning will go into effect for the Philadelphia area at 6 […]


We’re Supposed to Get Snow on the First Day of Spring

Winter’s not over yet — even if Tuesday is the first day of spring. Forecasters expect the fourth nor’easter of the month to dump 4 to […]


How Snowstorms Help Philadelphia Redesign Its Streets

Apparently all the snow we’re getting this March could be good for something. A story published in the Boston Globe on Thursday highlighted an unexpected […]


Snowstorm Fallout: Late Openings, Power Outages, and SEPTA Delays

Good morning, Philly! It’s sunny and not snowing on Thursday. We made it through Wednesday’s winter storm, which brought the city about 6 inches of snow. […]


PHOTOS: Scenes From Winter Storm Quinn in Philly

Can you believe it snowed this much in March? We can’t either. While some may have believed Philly’s declaration of a snow emergency was a tad […]


John Bolaris Says He’s Blown His Last Forecast

John Bolaris blew the forecast. No, we’re not talking about his infamous and career-altering “Storm of the Century” blown forecast from 2001. We’re talking about […]


Restaurants and Bars Open in Philly During Winter Storm Quinn

Just when we thought spring was here and winter behind us, what does winter do? It comes back and tries to sneak in one last […]


PECO Outage Hell: Four Kids, Fast Food, and Six Days in a Motel

While most of the 600,000-plus people in the Philadelphia area who lost power after last week’s winter storm are comfortably sitting at home as a […]


What’s Open and Closed in Philly During Winter Storm Quinn

In response to reports that an estimated 4 to 12 inches of heavy snow and high winds will hit the area on Wednesday, the city […]


Still Recovering From Friday’s Nor’easter, Philly Region Faces Another One

Let’s take a moment to send good vibes to the roughly 99,000 people in Philly and its surrounding counties who were still without power as of Sunday […]