Snow: Why on Earth measure it at the airport!?

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Philadelphia and New York have long-standing rivalries, but in at least one area, New York has an indisputable and long-standing superiority:... Read more

The howling: Better now than later

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This has been one impressive spell of wind, the fallout from a storm that exploded off the Gulf of Maine whiting out portions of northern New... Read more

Why the airport is 'the absolute worst place to measure snow'

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Meteorologists are apt to say that estimating snow accumulations remains one of their most elusive exercises. Evidently that's the case even... Read more

Once again, snow forecast no model of perfection

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Update: The National Weather Service on Friday updated the snow total at Philadelphia International Airport to 2 inches. This story has been... Read more

Weather lunacy: More where this is coming from, forecasters say

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So how does it happen that record warmth in the MidAtlantic yields to a significant snowstorm just hours later? A big part of the answer is... Read more

Weather lunacy: More where this is coming from, forecasters say

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So how does it happen that record warmth in the MidAtlantic yields to a significant snowstorm just hours later? A big part of the answer is... Read more

Snow, record warmth: Rare, perhaps unprecedented event brewing

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We had accused January of exhibiting bipolar behavior, but we are officially at a loss for adjectives to describe what is about to happen... Read more

Snow: The day the Big Ones stopped

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It was one of the more-disruptive snowstorms in the period of record, its peak coming a little sooner than expected, and just in time to paralyze... Read more