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City Life

Remnants of Florence to Bring Downpours to Philly Area on Tuesday

What’s left of deadly Hurricane Florence, a tropical depression as of 5 a.m. on Monday, will make its way to the Philadelphia area on Tuesday, […]

City Life

What We Know (So Far) About How Hurricane Florence Will Affect Philly

Hurricane Florence continued to move toward the Southeast Coast as a category 4 hurricane on Wednesday morning, with expected landfall in the Carolinas by early Friday. Predicting […]

jersey shore flooding rain
City Life

The Rain Continues: Coastal Flood Warning in Effect for Jersey Shore

Bad news for those cursing the miserable weather this weekend: The rain isn’t letting up anytime soon. In fact, the forecast is particularly bad at the Jersey […]

philly schools excessive heat warning
City Life

Philly Schools to Close Early Thursday Due to Heat

The School District of Philadelphia has extended this week’s heat-related early dismissals to Thursday. Public schools first announced on Monday that they would close at 1 p.m. […]

franklin fountain
City Life

Summer Isn’t Over Yet: Heat Advisory, Code Orange Issued for Philly Region

We may have been blessed with a few fall-like days recently, but it’s still August — evidently. The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory […]

philly schools close early heat
City Life

Philly Schools Will Send Students Home Early Due to “Excessive Heat”

On Monday afternoon, the School District of Philadelphia announced that students at all Philly schools will be dismissed early on Tuesday and Wednesday due to […]

wells fargo center wind energy
City Life

Wells Fargo Center to Switch to 100 Percent Wind Energy

The Wells Fargo Center — and the Flyers and Sixers games it hosts — will soon make one big leap into the future. The South Philadelphia […]

schuylkill river flooding, manayunk
City Life

PHOTOS: Schuylkill River Near Flood Stage After Monday’s Heavy Rains

The torrential downpours that flooded parts of the region on Monday have prompted the Schuylkill River to rise near flood stage. According to the National Weather Service, […]

City Life

Flash Flooding Update: Waters Surge at the KOP Mall, Upper Darby

Rain has drenched parts the region in problems on Monday. As forecasters warned us in the morning, downpours have prompted flash flooding in the Philadelphia area […]

spruce street harbor park, heat wave, summer
City Life

This Blasted Heat Wave Is Finally Coming to an End

Relief is coming, Philly. Forecasters say the heat wave that has stifled the city for nearly a week will finally come to an end on […]

summer heat wave, fountain
City Life

Get Ready for Philadelphia’s First Heat Wave of the Summer

Philly, here comes the inevitable: the first heat wave of the summer. Forecasters say we’re in for our first stretch of dangerously high temperatures starting […]

City Life

Forecasters: Severe Thunderstorms Could Bring Lime-Sized Hail, Damaging Winds

The weather might seem positively blissful this Tuesday afternoon — but you’ll probably want to take cover in just a short while. The National Weather […]

spring in philly, cherry blossoms
City Life

It’s Finally About to Feel Like Spring in Philadelphia

Good news for your Wednesday: Spring temperatures are on the way to Philly. (In fact, it might even feel a little like summer this weekend.) […]

City Life

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 […]

cherry blossoms
Things to Do

Here’s When You’ll See Philly Cherry Blossoms in Peak Bloom

Despite the fact that Mother Nature dumped a half-foot of snow on us last week, it’s officially spring. That means cherry blossoms. Peak cherry blossom […]