A pollen explosion is leaving people sniffling and sneezing even more than past years. Here is what has been fueling the pollen problem and some tips on how to get some relief.
There are some simple things that you might be doing that actually make your allergies worse. NBC10 First Alert Weather meteorologist Brittney Shipp gives us a list of things to watch out for.
Don't try this...anywhere! Eric Henderson of New Jersey unleashed a nightmare pollen storm when he tapped a tree branch with his excavator just to see what would happen.
The pollen is stronger this season than previous years because of how low temperatures stayed heading into spring. The worst times for pollen is between 3 and 10 a.m. and the peak of high pollen season will last...
It will be on the damp side for Sunday's Blue Cross Broad Street Run, but it will be cool as well. Runners can expect temperatures in the high 50s to low 60s, says Glenn "Hurricane" Schwartz.
We're tracking record breaking heat across the region. Just look at some of the temperatures. Some neighborhoods in the 90's.
Now there's a possibility of some rain in the forecast for the Blue Cross Broad Street Run Sunday, says First Alert Weather meteorologist Glenn "Hurricane" Schwartz.
NBC10 First Alert Weather meteorologist Brittney Shipp shows you how quickly your car can become dangerously hot.
Temperatures are looking like they are going to run for the record on this Thursday, with the expected high to hit 91 in Philadelphia.
People are planning on taking advantage of this stretch of summerlike weather by getting out for runs along Kelly Drive.