Snow: Yes, that word is back in the forecast

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We can assert with absolute certainty that not a flake of snow has ever fallen in Philadelphia after a February in which the official temperature... Read more

Sneeze-o-Meter: When wind eases up, so does tree pollen

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Based on the sampling by Dr. Donald J. Dvorin at the Asthma Center, who is the official pollen counter for the National Allergy Board, tree... Read more

Spring backward: From May days to snowflakes

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Snow flurries and squalls moved across Pennsylvania and the Philadelphia region on Friday, causing some serious traffic problems upstates. But... Read more

Sneezin’ Season: Something in the air, all too soon

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The annual reproductive frenzy among the region’s tree life evidently is off to a torrid start. Tree-pollen counts on Thursday were... Read more

Severe-thunderstorm watch remains in S. Jersey

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A powerful line of thunderstorms was heading toward the Jersey coast late Wednesday, and a severe-thunderstorm watch remained for South Jersey... Read more

February ices warmth title; winter makes top 6

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Another day, another record. Appropriately, on the last day of this incredibly warm month, the official temperature in Philadelphia made it... Read more

Legacy of a warm winter: D.C. cherry blossoms getting jump-start

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The peak of the Washington cherry blossom show in the Tidal Basin area is notoriously variable, having arrived as late as April 18 after the... Read more

‘Microburst’ confirmed in Lancaster County, up to $6 million in damage reported

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Among numerous reports of hail and impressive gusts during the weekend, the National Weather Service has confirmed a damaging “microburst”... Read more