Snow isn’t only thing in short supply: Region still under drought watch

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February has not only been mild and snow-challenged, it has been quite dry throughout the entire region with precipitation amounts about two-thirds... Read more

Is winter of 2016-17 toast, or just on snow break?

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This has been an amazing week in northern New England with back-to-back mega-snowstorms creaming urban areas and enriching the ski slopes. About... Read more

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

The future of winter: Warmth aside, snow remains in forecast rest of the century

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Unless February turns profoundly cold, and computer guidance suggests that won’t happen, the winter of 2016-17 will end up in the above-normal... Read more

Groundhog Eve: Winter a shadow of itself?

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Phil might or might not see his shadow on Thursday (usually he does), but as of now the humans who do this for a living aren’t impressed... Read more

January among Top 15 warmest in Philly

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It’s been three weeks since the daily average temperature was below normal in Philadelphia, and January should finish among the top 15... Read more

Thundersnow, and a recount

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By any measure Monday’s snowfall would qualify as a pipsqueak event, yet it did result in two noteworthy occurrences. Those reports... Read more