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Saturday, Feb 17, 2018

Snow Moves Out, Slippery Conditions Remain

Snow Moves Out, Slippery Conditions Remain

The snow has moved out but the First Alert continues for the Pennsylvania suburbs, Berks County and the Lehigh Valley through 5 a.m. Sunday due to tough travel conditions on any untreated or non-plowed surface.

Wednesday, Feb 7, 2018

First Alert: Icy, Slippery Wednesday

First Alert: Icy, Slippery Wednesday

A wintry mix of snow and ice caused for a slippery Wednesday morning commute. The NBC10 First Alert Weather Team has issued a First Alert.

Wednesday, Jan 17, 2018

How Much Snow Has Fallen Where You Are?

How Much Snow Has Fallen Where You Are?

How much snow has fallen, and where? The National Weather Service tells us.

Wednesday, Jan 17, 2018

Snow Causes Messy Morning Commute

Snow Causes Messy Morning Commute

A storm system stretching thousands of miles is so slow-moving that it didn't finally arrived in Philadelphia and nearby suburbs until overnight into early Wednesday.

Monday, Jan 15, 2018
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Snow Heading Our Way

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Tuesday, Jan 9, 2018

Wintry Mix Leaves Icy Mess on Roads, Sidewalks

Wintry Mix Leaves Icy Mess on Roads, Sidewalks

A wintry mix left an icy mess on sidewalks and roads in parts of our area.

Sunday, Jan 7, 2018

Coldest Day in a Generation Expected Sunday in Philly

Coldest Day in a Generation Expected Sunday in Philly

The frigid air will last for more than 60 hours and we could set a record low temperature of zero degrees or below on either Saturday or Sunday.

Friday, Jan 5, 2018

How Much Snow Fell in Your Town?

How Much Snow Fell in Your Town?

Here's the most recent snow totals for towns and cities from southern Delaware and New Jersey through the Pennsylvania suburbs west and north of Pennsylvania.

Thursday, Jan 4, 2018

Blizzard Declared at Wind-Battered Jersey Shore

Blizzard Declared at Wind-Battered Jersey Shore

A powerful nor'easter described as a "bomb cyclone" more than 1,000 miles wide began dropping snow and blowing powerful winds early Thursday from the Jersey Shore to Philadelphia suburbs.

Thursday, Jan 4, 2018

Snow and States of Emergency in Effect Across Region

Snow and States of Emergency in Effect Across Region

A State of Emergency was declared in parts of New Jersey, and a snow emergency was declared for the city of Philadelphia Thursday.

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