Southeastern Pennsylvania woke up to heavy damage after a severe storm tore through the region and brought with it heavy rain and flooding.
Power outages frustrated customers into Thursday morning after snow, wind and sleet slammed into the region.
Darkness blanketed the region overnight as a late winter nor'easter cut power to more than 195,000 customers at one point.
A storm system packing heavy wind gusts of 50 to 60 mph slammed the area overnight leading to thousands of people being left in the dark.
It’s cold out, but that doesn’t mean you have to run right to the thermostat.
With the arrival of November snow, thousands of residents in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware found themselves without power.
President Barack Obama and Pa. Gov. Tom Corbett signed emergency declarations declaring Chester, Montgomery, Delaware, Bucks and Philadelphia counties disaster areas.
Villanova University will remain closed through Friday due to a power outage.
The early morning ice storm caused power outages for more than half-a-million people across the Delaware Valley, including more than 80 percent of customers living in Chester County.
Here are some tips, via the Red Cross, on what to do before, during and after a power outage inside your home.
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