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5 hours ago
Good Morning Facebook Friends! If you have plans down the shore today, there is a moderate risk for the formation of dangerous rip currents at both the New Jersey shore and Delaware Beaches. For the latest beach forecast, visit https://www.weather.gov/beach/phi
17 hours ago
Low temperatures are forecast to be mostly in the 60s in our region for the first night of summer. #pawx #njwx #dewx #mdwx
20 hours ago
Good afternoon. Seasonable temperatures for this first day of summer. Have a great rest of your Thursday!
22 hours ago
Our Homeland Security experts would like to tweet today, however this is all they are allowed to share.... #LynnandEmmaTwitterTakeover
27 hours ago
Happy summer everyone! Today is the longest day of the year in terms of sunlight (even though it's a bit cloudy today). Here is a nice snapshot from the new GOES satellite showing our sunrise around 8:00 am this morning. Wondering how much sunlight you'll have today? Check the table below. Check your exact location here: https://www.timeanddate.com/sun/.
30 hours ago
A brisk onshore flow developing tonight is expected to lead to a moderate risk for the formation of dangerous rip currents at the DE and NJ beaches on Friday and possibly Saturday. For Friday afternoon and early evening, minor coastal flooding is possible at the DE/NJ oceanfront. For the latest forecast, visit weather.gov/phi
31 hours ago
Today is the summer solstice, which means it is the start of astronomical summer and we are at the peak of daylight hours. For more information on the solstice, visit: https://www.weather.gov/cle/seasons
2 days ago
Sharing for our friends at The Aquinas Center.
2 days ago
Do you have important phone numbers memorized? In case of an emergency, you may not have easy access to your cell phone or contact list. Who would you call? Find our family emergency plan here www.phila.gov/ready
2 days ago
We have a nice morning and afternoon on tap for today with seasonal temperatures and low humidity. However, moderate to heavy rain will move in tonight, lasting through the early morning hours tomorrow. For location specific forecasts, please visit www.weather.gov/phi