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Here’s the Latest on the Snowstorm Headed Our Way Tonight

One of the warmest winters on record is set to go out with a bang. Forecasters are warning that a winter storm starting later tonight will bring […]

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City

Some Weather Today, Huh?

The above photos were taken four hours apart from my office. What a day! The forecast called for snow in Philadelphia today, but at 9 […]

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NBC 10 Has Its Sheena Parveen Replacement

NBC 10 has a new meteorologist — a Sheena Parveen replacement, if you will. Today the station announced Tammie Souza, who previously worked in the Chicago, […]

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Philly’s in for Tropical-Storm-Force Wind Gusts Today

We’re in for some wind, Philly. The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory for the region until 6 p.m. tonight, with northwest winds […]

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WATCH: Cory Popp Captured Rittenhouse in the Snow This Morning

OK, so it might not have snowed that much this morning, despite the fact that the city declared a snow emergency, mostly all school were […]

City Life

Here’s What’s Happening With Today’s Snow

Philly this morning looks significantly different from the 60-degree paradise it was yesterday. The first significant snowstorm of the year is upon us, and you can […]

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Don’t Get Too Comfy in Those Shorts: It Really Is Going to Snow Tomorrow

The city is alive today. It hit 64 degrees. People are walking around in shorts — lots of people, not just the percentage of Philadelphians […]

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Stupid Groundhog Sees Stupid Shadow

Punxsutawney Phil, a stupid groundhog who predicts the weather in a stupid annual tradition, saw his stupid shadow this morning. We’ll have six more weeks […]

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There Will Be Wind Gusts of Up to 60 MPH in Philly Tonight

The National Weather Service has issued a high wind warning for the Philadelphia area until 7 p.m. Monday night. Wind gusts are expected to be […]

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We’re Getting Our First Snowfall of the Year

The temperature has dropped. PennDOT is treating the roads. It’s true: We’re getting our first snowfall of the season. This morning’s forecast from the Philadelphia/Mt. […]

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Philly Public Schools to Dismiss Early on Friday Due to Heat

Classes began on Wednesday, but Philadelphia public school students are already getting a little time off — all district schools will dismiss early on Friday due […]

City Life

Tropical Storm Hermine Could Dampen Your Labor Day Weekend Plans

#Hermine could bring stormy weather along the East Coast during #LaborDay weekend https://t.co/EiJjNK46jp pic.twitter.com/MRewIzpWoj — NWS WPC (@NWSWPC) September 1, 2016 If you have Labor […]

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Oppressive Philly Heat Wave Causes 3 Deaths This Weekend

Philadelphia’s fifth excessive heat wave of the summer claimed three lives this past weekend. A 59-year-old man from North Philadelphia died yesterday, a spokesman for the […]

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After Storms Wash Out Speeches, Green Party Rallies Under I-95

Thunderstorms were starting to roll in around 6:45 on Monday night, and the Green Party seemed in disarray. There was feedback on the microphone. Organizers […]

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Flash Flood Warning Issued for Philadelphia Area as DNC Begins

The National Weather service has issued a flash flood warning for the Philadelphia area as of 7:17 p.m., as thousands have descended upon the city for the first […]