An overnight winter storm brought measurable snow across the Delaware Valley, including up to a foot of snow in places north and west of Philadelphia.
Families took advantage of newly fallen snow to find the perfect hill and sled, throw snowballs and make snow angels on a Saturday snow day.
The quick-moving winter storm barreled across the area during the early morning hours Saturday, with the heaviest bands of accumulation in areas north and west of Philadelphia.
Another winter storm will impact the Delaware Valley overnight, bringing measurable snowfall totals across the region.
Just days after several inches of snow blanketed the Delaware Valley, more winter weather is headed our way.
The FOX 29 Weather Authority updates the snow forecast for overnight Friday into Saturday morning.
Another fast-moving system is headed this way and it doesn’t have a lot of moisture to work with. It will have enough, though, for a coating or even up to two inches for the entire region.
A system approaching the Delaware Valley could bring somewhere between a half inch to two inches of snow by Saturday morning.
One person is safe after falling through thin ice in Michigan's Upper Peninsula on Tuesday.
Allentown saw heavy snow dumped on the city Tuesday, creating power outages for thousands as many are left wondering how long they’ll be in the dark and cold.
Allentown saw heavy snow dumped on the city, creating power outages for thousands and many are wondering how long they’ll be in the dark and cold.
Kids were happy to see school canceled as they enjoyed a snow day in Chester and Delaware counties.
Residents of Bucks and Montgomery counties found upwards of six inches of snow falling before the sun came out in the late afternoon.
Winter weather can be unpredictable when it hits your area, and whether it's a blizzard or snowstorm, there are differences with both, besides how much snow falls on the ground.
A quick-hitting winter storm rolled across the Delaware Valley on Tuesday morning, dumping plowable snow in places across the region.
A potential snowstorm could have some folks cuddling and watching snow fall by Valentine’s Day. Or, just shoveling snow.
An aquarium in Florida celebrated 'Grounconch Day' on Friday where a mollusk broke from Punxsutawney Phil and predicted six more weeks of winter.
In the thick of winter, one Bucks County shelter has seen its number spike and is hoping for more volunteers to keep it running.
As the legend goes, if Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow, the weather-forecasting groundhog predicts six more weeks of winter. If he doesn’t, it’s a forecast of an early spring.
As winter progresses into February, what can we expect from the rest of the season? The FOX 29 Weather Authority has reached some conclusions about the way the rest of the season may progress.