Yes, those were snowflakes in the Philly region Wednesday; nasty rainstorm likely for the weekend

The first flakes of the season were sighted across the area, and an unpleasant weekend is likely on the way.

Tornado confirmed in Montco; U.S. storm specialist sees ‘active pattern’

The tornado traveled about a half-mile, hurling picnic benches "a few hundred feet."

Tornado confirmed in Montco; U.S. storm specialist sees ‘active pattern’

The tornado traveled about a half-mile, hurling picnic benches "a few hundred feet."

Meteorologists, trends — and history — argue for a sixth straight cold shoulder from winter in Philly

Warm winters in Philly are nothing new; they’re just happening more frequently.

Meteorologists, trends — and history — argue for a sixth straight cold shoulder from winter in Philly

Warm winters in Philly are nothing new; they’re just happening more frequently.

Tornadoes reported in Montco and near Dover; flood warning for Philly and neighboring towns

The tornado watch is up until 7 p.m.; flood and wind advisories are also in effect.

Tornadoes reported in Montco and near Dover; flood warning for Philly and neighboring towns

The tornado watch is up until 7 p.m.; flood and wind advisories are also in effect.
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Thanksgiving weather: After a wet, gloomy start, rain should back off by dinner time

The rain should stop in the afternoon, and with temperatures in the 60s, not bad for a pre-dinner walk.

Feds’ updated winter forecast favors warmth here and in most of the nation, especially December

In updating its December-through-February outlook, the Climate Prediction Center said the atmospheric tea leaves continue to favor a warmer-than-normal winter in much of the nation.

On coldest morning of the season, it was 21 degrees near the Shore, 19 in Montco — but only 30 officially in Philly?

Temperatures got down to 19 in Millville and Pottstown, but the airport gain was in the banana belt.

Philly temperatures are heading for the 20s after coldest day since Feb. 29. Warmup coming

Temperatures Thursday morning will reach their lowest point since the pre-lockdown days. But the cold won't last.

Hurricane Iota, the season’s first Category 5 storm, could bring 30 inches of rain to Central America

Iota has become the strongest hurricane of a record season. It is due to make landfall near where Eta did two weeks ago.

Philly has been setting records for warm weather, and now the rain could set another

Philly hit 70 degrees for the sixth straight November day, unprecedented in records dating to 1870s. A rain record might fall Wednesday.

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Fall colors arrive in the Philly region

Fall foliage has finally peaked in the Philadelphia region. Take a look at photos from around the area.

Pa. spent months as an electoral hot spot. Now it’s the weather that’s bringing the heat.

For the first time on record, Philly has had four straight November days of 75-degree readings. The nation remains deeply divided: freezing in California, baking in Caribou.

With Theta, 2020 Atlantic hurricane season becomes the busiest on record — but with an *

For the first time this late in the season, two named storms are swirling in the Atlantic Basin. It's a record season, but storm detection is way better than it used to be.

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Fall at the Morris Arboretum

On an unseasonably warm day, visitors flocked to the Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. The Arboretum is open daily from 10am-4pm. Advance tickets are required for all visitors.

Hurricane Eta grinds inland into Nicaragua; at least 3 dead

The hurricane had sustained winds of 105 mph, according to the U.S. National Hurricane Center, down from an overnight peak of 150 mph.

At least for the weather, an ultra-calm Election Day is expected across the country

Whatever else happens, if turnout is low on Tuesday, don't blame the weather.

Major Hurricane Eta threatens to bring flooding and storm surge to Central America

The hurricane could make landfall Tuesday, likely in Nicaragua, where it could bring rains measured in feet rather than inches.

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