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.
Just days after the school year has begun, the school day is already being cut short for Philadelphia public and parochial school students due to excessive heat.
A day after Trenton schools announced early dismissals due to heat, Reading schools made the same decision.
NBC10's chief meteorologist Glenn "Hurricane" Schwartz defends his predictions for Hermine and provides insight into how he came to his forecast for the storm.
School is just back in session but with a heat wave likely, a New Jersey school district is cutting the school day short.
Forecasters said small vessels should avoid navigating off New Jersey's coast as Hermine swirls in the Atlantic.
The National Weather Service said Tuesday that a tropical storm warning was continued to be in effect off the coast, from Monmouth to Cape May counties.