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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 […]

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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 […]

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Report: Christie “Misspoke” About Trump Donating to Hurricane Sandy Relief

New Jersey governor Chris Christie told a heartwarming Trump story during the Republican National Convention yesterday. But it might not necessarily be true. According to […]

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The Philly Heat Wave Drinking Game

If you haven’t noticed, it’s hot. Really, really hot. And so, we bring you this guide to how to best get intoxicated on this brutally […]

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Excessive Heat Warning Remains in Effect for Philly Region Today

It’s going to be another scorcher today, Philadelphia. The National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat warning for Philadelphia and its surrounding counties that […]

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The Best Thing That Happened This Week: The Weather Sucked

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AccuWeather Claims It Can Predict What the Weather Will Be 90 Days from Now

Each year, as winter approaches, we have a bit of fun when the local weather folks deliver their long-range winter outlooks, attempting to tell us that […]

January 2016 snowstorm
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Spring Could Bring One Last Snow to Philly

Yes, it’s been unseasonably warm lately — heck, it’s been unseasonably warm all winter — but don’t say Nature doesn’t have a sense of humor: Spring […]

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Tornado Watch Issued for Philadelphia Area

The National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Watch for Philadelphia and the surrounding counties until 11 p.m.

January 2016 snowstorm
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Gov. Wolf Requests Federal Disaster Money for January Snowstorm

January’s snowstorm was so bad, Tom Wolf wants federal money to help recover from it. Pennsylvania’s governor announced today he has requested federal disaster assistance […]