Here are some online resources that could help you cope with the aftermath of the biggest December snowstorm in a century.
Mass transit: As of early afternoon, SEPTA service had improved dramatically since this morning.
According to www.septa.org, one was bus route (35) was still suspended, so six others have resumed operation.
All regional rail trains, plus the Norristown High Speed Line, are running, although delays of 15 to 20 minutes are expected.
The Route 15 trolley line is using buses.
The PATCO High Speed Line (www.ridepatco.org) was operating on a snow schedule, with trains every 15 minutes - about half the regular frequency.
South Jersey bus riders can expect delays of half-hour to an hour, according NJ Transit (www.njtransit.com).
Airport: Dozens of flights were canceled this morning, and many others were delayed, partly because other eastern airports were also hard hit by weekend snow.
Philadelphia International's runways all opened last night, so the airlines are catching up.
Before heading to the airport, check flight information with the airline or at www.phl.org.
Traffic: For latest information, go to Traffic.com's Philadelphia page at http://go.philly.com/traffic.
To see real-time webcams of roads in Southeastern Pennsylvania, go to www.dot.state.pa.us/penndot/districts/district6.nsf/cam_map2?Openpage. For views of major New Jersey roads, go to www.state.nj.us/transportation/traffic/cameras/index.shtml.
School closings and delays: Philadelphia public and parochial schools were closed today, and so were many suburban school districts.
As for tomorrow, no announcement had been posted on the city district's website (www.phila.k12.pa.us), as of early afternoon.
Trash and recycling: No collections today in Philadelphia, pushing schedule back one day for several more days, with Friday's collections made on Saturday because of Christmas.