Snow has moved out of our area after falling in towns across the region, from central Montgomery County to the New Jersey coast, South Philadelphia to Burlington County.
As much as 6 inches of snow could fall along the Jersey Shore on Saturday and residents and officials are getting ready to combat its effects.
Cape May crews ironed out the kinks with Thursday's flurries. Now, they're ready for the real thing with over 6 inches of snow expected to fall on Saturday. NBC10 Jersey Shore Bureau Reporter Ted Greenberg spoke...
Bitter cold temperatures are heading our way. NBC10 Delaware Bureau Reporter Tim Furlong found out how people in Middletown, Delaware are getting ready for the cold and the snow.
The overnight snow made the usual Friday morning routine more difficult. NBC10’s Pamela Osborne talks to people looking ahead to more snow that could be coming next.
While the roads continue to clear up from the overnight snowfall, NBC10’s Matt Delucia visited Camden County to see how they are preparing for the rest of this winter season.
NBC10’s Matt DeLucia reports live from Willow Grove where he is surveying the roads in StormForce10.
It’s not a dramatic change, but it is in the direction of more snow overall, and an expanding area of snow into parts of Pennsylvania.
Sledders and snowboarders looking for fun in the snow won't find it at Delaware's state park beaches.