Abnormally warm Gulf of Mexico could intensify the upcoming tornado and hurricane seasons

Water temperatures in the Gulf of Mexico are running more than three degrees above average, increasing the prospects for severe thunderstorms and tornadoes this spring and potentially stronger hurricane activity in the summer and fall.

Snowless Philly winter evidently good for Arctic ice

It was so warm around here because it was so cold up there.

Snowless Philly winter evidently good for Arctic ice

It was so warm around here because it was so cold up there.

‘It’s go time for spring’: Blossoms, buds, and temperatures are popping

Temperatures Monday were about 20 degrees warmer than normal. The rest of the workweek is looking balmy, with a chance of showers on Tuesday.

‘It’s go time for spring’: Blossoms, buds, and temperatures are popping

Temperatures Monday were about 20 degrees warmer than normal. The rest of the workweek is looking balmy, with a chance of showers on Tuesday.
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Daylight saving time has begun. Most people just want to stop changing their clocks.

The clock change remains a "hot issue" nationally, with 32 legislatures considering bills to change the system.

Death toll from Tennessee tornadoes climbs to at least 24

Tornadoes ripped across Tennessee as families slept early Tuesday, shredding more than 140 buildings and burying people in piles of rubble and wrecked basements.

Flakes ambush Philadelphia’s run at a snow record

Flake sightings ruined this month's chances of becoming the only February on record without even a "trace" of snow in Philly. Meanwhile, up to 4 feet in N.Y. state.

The astronomical difference a Leap Day makes: We’ll have the earliest spring since 1896

Thank Julius Caesar, Pope Gregory XIII, and the strange behavior of our planet for the early spring.

KYW is changing how it does the weather. Will that help ratings?

NBC10 meteorologists are now doing the radio station's weather. For Glenn Schwartz, it's an implausible homecoming.

When winter doesn’t come: Here are the winners and losers of Philly’s nearly snowless season

The dearth of cold and snow has had immeasurable impacts on businesses, energy suppliers, consumers, and the overall U.S economy — some benign, some not.

Officially, Raleigh, N.C., has had eight times as much snow as Philly this season

Raleigh's official total for the storm was 2.5 inches. Philadelphia stands at 0.3 inches, and not counting.

Will it ever snow again? Should we be worried? Yes and yes, says New Jersey’s international snow expert.

A Q&A with David A. Robinson, the nation’s longest-serving state climatologist and the impresario of the 30-year-old Rutgers University Global Snow Lab.

Winter finally arrived —unfortunately just when these people plunged into the ocean

Then again, those who signed up for the Polar Bear Plunge in Sea Isle City had to know comfort was not going to be part of the experience on a February weekend on the East Coast.

Winter's coldest day is coming, but it won't last

A drive-by cold shot is coming, then it will be back to business as abnormal by Sunday as warmth returns.

Philly’s nearly snowless winter: How it compares to previous snow-deprived seasons

This isn’t the first time snow has been a no-show around here, but it might claim a place in the snow-deprivation hall of fame.

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