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Nor’easter to Bring Rain, Snow to Area

A Nor’easter will bring plenty of wintry precipitation into the area starting this afternoon, forecasters say. NBC 10 reports:

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Some Shore Residents Are Getting Billed for Sandy Aid

Post–Hurricane Katrina rules meant to combat waste and fraud in government relief efforts have ensnared 1,200 New Jersey residents in an effort to recoup $8 […]

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AccuWeather Predicts Another Snowy Winter

Do you miss the winter of 2013-14, when it started snowing and seemingly never, ever stopped? Well, you’ll love the winter of 2014-15 then!


It’s Started Snowing — Thundersnowing — in Philadelphia

Try to stay calm people, but it’s snowing. Yes, the Great Snow of Thanksgiving Eve 2014 is here. Though we’re only expecting around two inches of […]

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Rain, Snow Expected to Delay Holiday Travelers

Today, the day before Thanksgiving, is the busiest travel day of the year. Today, the Philadelphia region is going to get hit with a big […]

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Philly About to Be Walloped With a Holiday Storm

The National Weather Service just let us know it’s going to get messy Wednesday — right about the time you’ll want to be traveling over […]

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It’s Really Cold in Philly

Well, the first snow hit the Philadelphia region on Thursday night, and there was some accumulation in the suburbs, NBC 10 reports:


The Philadelphia Area Could Get Snow Tonight

It’s still fall, and it’s not yet Thanksgiving. But, according to the National Weather Service, we could get snow this evening. But don’t get too […]

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Bolaris: Winter Is on the Way

Over at Philly.com, John Bolaris is forecasting the arrival of winter air this week, followed by a winter storm next week.

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Hurricane Sandy’s Second Anniversary Has Been Harder Than the First

I took the day off yesterday, putting up an out-of-office message so I could pop the windows out of my Jeep Wrangler and cruise down […]

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READ THIS: Superstorm Tells the Story of Hurricane Sandy and Its Costly Aftermath

Right around this time two years ago, Hurricane Sandy changed the way we look at weather phenomena. A new book by journalist Kathryn Miles, Superstorm: Nine Days […]


People Think It’s Going to Snow Because of a 2013 Story

Last year’s winter was quite bad: We got more than 60 inches of snow. The temperature was 15 degrees or colder for 15 days. “It […]

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Cue the Complaining: A Heat Wave is Coming to Philadelphia

It has been a very mild summer here in Philadelphia, but if AccuWeather’s predictions for next week are correct, you may not want to break […]

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Hurricane Bertha Forms, No Landfall Expected

“Hurricane Bertha has formed in the Atlantic off the U.S. East Coast but isn’t expected to be a threat to land,” AP reports. “The second […]