Above average temperatures and a dry spell have led us to a drought.
NBC10 meteorologist Bill Henley explains the abnormally dry conditions in our area.
Radars just aren’t close enough together in the existing fixed radar network. The map below shows all the National Weather Service radars across the country:
Above average temperatures and a dry spell have made the last few weeks of Summer feel more like the midst of summer.
Polar bears may not look frightening from far away, but for five Russian meteorologists, they have become quite terrifying. For almost two weeks, five meteorologists stationed on one of the Izvestiy TSIK...
Are we in a drought? NBC10 First Alert Weather meteorologist Krystal Klei explains just how far below average the rain amounts are in our area and how you can keep your plants alive.
I’m not making this stuff up. I wouldn’t even joke about something this absurd
A handful of high school students and spectators were overcome by heat at a football game in Wilmington, Delaware Saturday, officials said.
A odd temperature record for Philadelphia was apparently set Friday when temperatures remained above 80 degrees from midnight to midnight.
This week's high temperatures were an issue for schools, especially those without air conditioning. And some chose to send kids home early because of it.