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NWS Calling for 3 to 4 Inches of Snow in Philly; More in Western ’Burbs

While we didn’t see much snow in Philly last night or today (city officials even resumed trash service), we may not be in the clear just yet. As […]

City Life

WATCH: Cory J. Popp’s Breathtaking “Blizzard in Philadelphia”

A few weekends ago, thick blankets of snow brought Philly to a screeching halt. It shut down schools and transportation, and forced most people to stay inside. But […]

City Life

Trash and Recycling Picked Up Today, After All

So, you may have noticed that there weren’t the predicted four-to-eight inches of snow on the ground in Philadelphia when you woke up this morning. […]

NWS forecast - February 8th/9th - Philadelphia/Mt. Holly
City Life

More Snow Is on the Way for the Philadelphia Area

We’re getting more snow. Though the city was mostly spared from last week’s storm, another winter weather system is headed our way late tonight into […]

City

Here’s How Much Snow Fell in the Philly Area Today

Well, as predicted, we did get some snow this morning — though it was on the low end of expectations for most areas. But it was still […]

Snow - forecast - feb 4th to 5th
City Life

Tomorrow’s Morning Rush Hour Will Probably Be Snowy

Just after most of it was washed away, the snow is coming back. The snow won’t be anything like the storm we got in late […]

Philadelphia School District Building
City Life

Philly Schools Are Closed Again Tomorrow

All Philadelphia public schools are closed again tomorrow due to this weekend’s snowstorm. Due to inclement weather, all @PhillyEducation schools are closed on Tue., Jan. […]

City

Why Philly Local News Is the Best During a Snowstorm

I turned on the 10 o’clock news on Friday night. The first thing I saw was someone falling on her ass. Fox 29’s snow coverage […]

The Weather Guy - Glenn Schreiber - Winter Storm
City Life

Meet the Dentist Who Knew the Snowstorm Would Be This Bad All Week

People get really angry at weather forecasters when they’re wrong. Meteorology is, by its nature, an inexact science. But when the forecast calls for snow […]

City Life

Philly Schools Are Closed Monday

Good evening, Philadelphia. Here’s what we know — and don’t know — as sunset falls on a snow-blanketed region: District and Catholic schools in Philadelphia will be […]

Members of the Temple women's gymnastics team stuck on Pennsylvania turnpike
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Wolf Administration Defends Response to Storm That Left Hundreds Stranded

The administration of Gov. Tom Wolf is defending its response to the storm that left hundreds of travelers stranded overnight on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. More […]

TV reporters hit with snowballs
City

WATCH: Philadelphians Throw Snowballs at TV Reporters

Several Philadelphians entertained themselves during the storm this weekend by throwing snowballs at television reporters. Really! The first to be hit with a snowball was […]

City Life

PennDOT Lifts Snowtime Speed Restrictions on Philly-Area Expressways

The winter storm speed restriction on Philly-area expressways has been lifted, PennDOT announced Sunday afternoon.

City Life

WATCH: SEPTA’s New Snowblower Could Clear Your Driveway in Seconds

SEPTA has been talking a lot about its new snowblower system, designed to clear the rails in the aftermath of a blizzard like the one […]

City Life

More of Our Favorite Social Media From the Snow-Filled Streets of Philadelphia

The blizzard may be over, but there’s plenty of snow left behind. Philadelphians have, of course, been documenting the transition from the end of the […]