If those who live around the Philadelphia area feel like they've been picked on by Mother Nature over the past few summers, they would have a solid argument.
The crisp autumn air has arrived just in time for the first official weekend of fall.
You'll likely have to wait a few more weeks for fall-like temperatures in the Delaware Valley.
Propelled by a record-hot June, summer 2021 was the hottest since the Dust Bowl in 1936.
The Mount Holly weather service office has issued 51 Tornado Warnings since June 1 – more than any other office in the United States.
Flash Flood Warnings have been issued for most of the counties throughout the region until 2:30 a.m. Thursday.
For the first time in 100 days, the sun will set before 8 p.m. Friday night in Philadelphia.
The hottest temperature of the year so far in Philadelphia was 97 degrees on June 30, and that will be challenged on Friday as we reach the peak of our ongoing heat wave.
Temperatures in the Delaware Valley will be heating up next week, a friendly reminder the "dog days" of summer are still here. Here's how that phrase came to be.
July 29 now holds the No. 1 spot in the record books for the most tornadoes in a single outbreak for the region covering southeastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
The path of destruction from Thursday's tornadoes spanned 100 miles from the Lehigh Valley to the Jersey Shore.
Damaging thunderstorms are possible in our area Thursday afternoon and evening.
The United States' record-high dew point may have been tied in Iowa earlier this week, and corn fields are to blame.
Once we get through what could be yet another heatwave, we could be getting an early taste of September weather in the middle of summer!
Some severe thunderstorm warnings will soon be automatically sent to your cell phone.
Better air quality is on the way, but it comes with a price: strong to severe thunderstorms.
Expect a vibrant red sunset Tuesday evening as Western wildfire smoke increases over our region.
July 15 was the midpoint of summer, and the first half of the season was very warm and rainy, including an estimated 100-year flood in parts of our region.
Tropical Storm Elsa is moving northeast and will bring heavy rain, gusty winds and isolated tornadoes to parts of Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania beginning Thursday night.
Tropical Storm Elsa will also impact parts of our region Thursday night and into Friday. Tropical Storm Warnings have now been issued for parts of the Jersey Shore and Delaware.