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6 ABC’s Karen Rogers on Philly’s Snow Obsession and the Biggest Weather Event She’s Covered

It’s December, so there’s really only one thing on a Philadelphian’s mind: snow. Sleet. And snow. South Jersey resident Karen Rogers talks waking at ungodly […]

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City Life

Philly’s New Snowplow App Is Live, So You Can See Exactly Which Streets Have Been Treated

With a significant snowstorm upon us, the city has finally debuted PlowPHL, a Philadelphia snowplow-tracking app that has been in development for more than two […]

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City Life

You Can Pry My Shoveled Parking Spot From My Cold Ungloved Hands

This week’s snowstorm — and I use the word “snowstorm” without any air quotes or sarcasm for what was actually an impressive system worthy of […]

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City Life

You’ll Soon Be Able to Track Philly’s Snowplows on Your Phone

Hooray! There’s actually a significant amount of snow in Philadelphia. This means my kids get a real live snow day. But it also means something […]

City Life

Here Comes the Snow! Philly Area Prepares for First Big Snowfall in a Really Long Time

Out near Pottstown today, a Philly Mag staffer reported “big wet snowflakes on the western front.” Cue celebrations among the snow-philic and assumption of blanket-wrapped […]

a photo of Hurricane Schwartz during his 2019 Philadelphia winter weather forecast on NBC 10
City Life

End of an Era: Hurricane Schwartz Abandons Long-Range Winter Forecasts After 23 Years

Every November, 6 ABC’s Cecily Tynan and NBC 10’s Glenn “Hurricane” Schwartz come out with their long-range Philadelphia winter weather forecasts. They purport to tell […]

City Life

Tornadoes, Thunderstorms, 70-Degree Days: Is This the New Fall in Philly?

On Friday, April 26, 1872, there was weather in Philadelphia. Extreme, oppressive, 89-degrees-in-the-middle-of-spring weather. It drove the Philadelphia Inquirer to deliver a rather impassioned sermon […]

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City Life

6 ABC’s Adam Joseph on His Winter Prediction and Why He Hates Coffee

My name is … Adam Joseph. My dad wanted me to be Henry Jr., but my mother hated that name, so I was Adam. And […]

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City Life

Here’s When Pa. Will Reach Peak Fall Foliage This Year

The temperature is dropping and autumn is finally here. This year may still have a lot of unknowns in it, but one thing we can […]

wawa during the philly coronavirus crisis no longer offers self-serve coffee
City Life

Philly Coronavirus News: Big Changes at Wawa, Wolf Cracks Down, But, Hey, It’s Warm!

A roundup of Philly coronavirus news. Say Goodbye to Wawa as You Know It Wawa is, essentially, a basic human right in Philadelphia, Delco and […]

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City Life

Cecily Tynan and Hurricane Schwartz Have Very Different Long-Range Winter Forecasts for Philly

It’s November, which means one thing and one thing only: Cecily Tynan of 6ABC and Glenn “Hurricane” Schwartz over at NBC10 have released their annual […]

City Life

Philly Could See Record Low Temperatures This Week — and Maybe a Dash of Snow

If you were to step outside right now, on Monday afternoon, you’d find yourself in the balmy embrace of fall. Temperatures in the mid-60s, the […]

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City Life

Flash Flooding and Severe Storms Could Dampen Your Evening Commute

Roughy a week after storms and downpours left some evening commuters stranded last Wednesday, more flash flooding is headed to our area on Tuesday — and it could […]

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City Life

New Snow Day Law Makes It Official: Pennsylvania Hates Happiness

It’s summer. For a few blissful weeks, children are free to romp happily, chase the ubiquitous music of ice cream trucks, devour cup after cup of cherry water […]

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City Life

What to Know as Philly’s First Heat Wave of the Summer Starts to Sizzle

It’s beginning to feel like a Philly summer. The first heat wave of the season is underway, with Thursday bringing day two of 90-plus degree temperatures. […]