0 CommentsIn the records dating to 1874, we found only a handful of occasions in which Philadelphia’s average temperature for March was lower than... Read more
0 CommentsJust judging from the water content of the snow and ice that fell atop the region this week, had it been all snow we would have been shoveling... Read more
0 CommentsWhen we finally got out of our driveway the other day, we had a familiar and unpleasant experience. Once we reached about 40 mph, the vehicle... Read more
0 CommentsThe non-blizzard notwithstanding, the region is experiencing an extraordinary run of cold for so late in the season, and snow-and-ice pack... Read more
0 CommentsFor a variety of reasons, from the physics to the vertical profile of the atmosphere to the vicissitudes of nature, meteorologists will tell... Read more
0 CommentsAt his news briefing Tuesday, as our Maddie Hanna reported, Gov. Christie took a shot at the government meteorologists in Mount Holly and Upton... Read more
Anthony R. Wood has been writing about the atmosphere for The Inquirer for 26 years.