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i'm nicol has the night off. natasha brown i power outages. we begin this evening with more. thanks so much guys,he continues toall. especially if you look at the street lights we have the accumulating snow and slush. roadways are wet at this time but you still see a white on the ground with the snow continuing to fall and ctinuin sideways ma. the no has wrapped up mostly for a lot of us across the delaware valley but we still still have this one concentrated snow ban. we'll show you it's positioned right over philadelphia right now stretching northward p up into portions of bucks and montgomery county. this one lingering snow shower that doesn't want to let up right now. washington township still seeing the flakes flying, lower providence still seeing some snow and snowfall totals, oh, my
goodness, in the poconos, monroe county, 22.5 chlmfeet of snow, . hammonton over three inches of internl and philadelphi inches of snow. and yes, of course we had those intense, insane winds today. cape may gusting to 71 miles per hour. for reference hurricane force is 74 miles per hour. washington township gusting 65, 626 in dover and gusting to 56 miles per hour today in pennsauken and we still, still have these elevated winds gust ing to 54 miles per hour in allentown, 46 in philadehia, 4 d we'll still see these strong intense and potentially damaging winds as we head throughout the overnight. the snow is mainly going to wraw showers, butind gts possibl to 50 miles per hour and unfortunately we still could sey
wet snow sit es, sitting on the w and of course hazardo when will the winds give us break-in we'll check the full i witness forecast coming up in just a few minutes. the clean up is underway across the region tonight in addition to the damage. the tomorrow caused a the look of power outages. -eco has 347,000 custome withoua. for atlantic city electric and 19,0 f natasha brown is live we can tell you you at this hour thatnor wolf has the pennsylvania national guard towith the storm response throughout the region and there was certainly a lot of work to be done.
the trek around montgomery county was literred w trees many blockingfrom trees s from power outages. this norefinitely i' area and my wifeold me thathehts flre moment and en on. arearth packer is luckyir highestel trying to make sure we have the necessary apartment of crews on the treat. dark roadways where kelly drive where lights were out. it made for a difficult friday evening commute. a lot of downed trees. the roads beenlipper a traffic. soustnce.
certainly a lot of today i needing.driving was noyt ut power on thousandsousands of this very cold night. we know the pill bein all thrght to restore power asuickly as wil fears at this point. so gusting here. i haveection to e be tas to getd throughout the morning as well. be patient and throughout the morning as well. natasharown in the morning as amtrak and septa work toom seve. rack tram canceled service on the northeast cr and the keystone until tomorrow due to the hazardo conditions. forcep that.so hazardous delays ey are spend ped for most on
ail lines. the win was drivers. you see a tree fell on this septa bus this afternoon as it was headed west on the schuylkill expressway. this happened near the gladwyne exit. there were passengers on the , but no reports of any injuries. the westbound lanes were closed for an hour until the tree could be cut upd hauled away. americli flights out of philadelphia international tonight. the noreaster hmered the airport with snow and strong winds. officials say more than 400 flights to and two philadelphia were canceled today. to change travel severe weathee shore. in atlantic ci things standheret yeah, we're the tc city and its truly the w hav here as high tie
wet this water di gucnt. flo ray story down here and most about every where is exactly what you're seeing right now. all this wind if you're getting seasick from any of this the too age that a completely mit seemsd as the evening went on. as for the flooding we may not be in the clear just yet. the one place more brutal understandingutsi toe in one of. wind gustsxu u to 50 mis rsey shore line even along coloa missouri areas to be shut dn do to a facade at the former trump plaza.
they spent the day bracing for the possibility of flooding. the army corpse left over vehicle also that we use to get residents that may be strand ed with high water. bay areas being most vulnerable. l up into the bay and it can'tet out and th in and pushes it winds ato struggled and then eventually snapped. again we are not ist yet the flw a very windy atlantica hot, ferrous expected to service was shutdown aftertoo bo
the ferry rocking and rol ing in the rough surf. slick conditions y have coributed to this crash involving ool bus and a car in chester delaware county. it happened near second and cure line streets around 1:30 this afternoon. students were heading home because of the weather. there were noie north of philadelphia got the brunt of the snowfall. take a look at thein lower nazah hamilton county. the snow on t road turned to slush making conditions slick with winds blowing in all directio. packed a strong it bad boston area. ingscially rough forthe massach. wa walls creating a mess there. that coupled with high winds sent water in all directions. straight ahead this friday night we're talking love and money.
yes, we are. a successful career or a lasting relationship? what is more important for younger americans. a new survey reveals what people value most and what price. police tonights to a group of people. how their honest conversation has given ue hope. and our covere the mar research conti look from the mobile weather watcher this raw blustery night, the storm is moving out, but concerns still linger. lauren casey has the full forecast you including what to expect this weekend when we come back. join me on the late snow tonight the late show with steven could he bear is coming your way at 11
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we still have those elevated wind speeds across the area today. what a storm. what a system. meteorological spring began yesterday, but spring is definitely not right now in the delaware valley and check out our seen right new as we get a live look in the poconos, jack frost and big bolder on sky scam 3. that's not falling snow, that is blowing snow because we received nearly two feet of snow in portions of the poconos and now we have these intense wind gusts that are still per cessing on top of that. check out some of our snowfall totals from across the region. chalfont in bucks county over five and a half. down incorporate ton, # inches toss chase in philadelphia county close to 2 inches of snowfall. we talked about last night about e prolonged snowfall not mixing with rain we would see the higher end totals and that's the scenario that did play out today and getting a live look in
center city, improved visibilities but we're still dealing with some flakes. the wind s whipping north west around 31 miles per hour feeling like 2 # right now and temperatures pretty stable and pretty chilly, 35-degrees in iladphia. allentown, 25 in mount poke ohio. pack forking in the winds and it's feel like 3020s. and most of our reporting sites feeling like single digits. check out our noreaer loo like the monster that it is on our imagery. it continues tooffshore, all the wrapping in as we saw throughout the day, but now some dryer air starting to finally billed in. have the one lonely snow band that's keeping on. it's shimming it's way, starting to work back in to parts of flying in and aroundhern philadelphia.
in and around the chester area, media after you you already picked up six inches of snowfall it will wind down and then overnight tonight all of the snow moving on outs we head into tomorrow morning.a mixun ag good waking up on saturday. it's saturday so you're not going toic what up not early than 10:00. these are constant winds. so constantly we have a 31-mile per hour win hittingn face inladelphia. we hav stronger gusts on top of that. highind warning has been dropped for counties west of i95 but still in place until 6:00 in the morning at south jersey the shore and all of delaware. the elevated wind the miles per hour. it's still very windy, a chance of a snow shower early. otherwise mostly cloudy and for our saturday, windy conditions with a high temperature at 40- degrees. pretty seasonable after
some transformer firesus donnes reporting. on the order of 35 to 40 miles tomorrow in cape may county. we still have a concern for som. it remains until 2:00 a.m. sunday. things are going down now as we move into the rest of the even. seasonable tomorrow, seasonable on sunday, a much better day mostly sunny with less wds ok monday, 50- degrees and watching our next system oned uren, thank you. guy is up next withpops back to back we're at it again. see you how the sixerse hornetsh back we're at it again. see you how the sixerse hornetsh philadelphia sports coming up.
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switching gears, the flyers will spend the weekend in florida. tomorrow afternoon they will on the light evening with the best record in the league and on sunday night they hook up with the panthers. going to florida means that it's a home coming for shane got bear he went to parkry stone hand high school for two years. as you know 17 people were killed by a shooter there. he was impressed by the hockey team who won a state champion ship and he plans to meet with them after the game. the nice play right there. gave up two runs and three incorporate incorporation of work. this is a two-run shot. the phillies snapping a five- game losing streak 9 to 4 your final score. ivy league hoops. penn began the day in order to
win the regular season title they hap to win their final two games. the quake others taking on yale in new haven. the quakes up by one. nice ball movement and darnell foreman with three of his 2 # points. the final seconds of the game penn up by one. yale had the ball they're doing some damage. at the buzzer it's paul at in son and it's a heart breaker for the quake others they fall 80 to 79. they're now tied with harvard with one game left in the regular season. former penn state running back barkley set the running backs on fire. he ran a 4.4-yard -- for .4 seconds. he's going to be rich. the cleveland browns had the number one pick and barkley is looking like the best prospect in the land. people loved that performance. a pretty athletic guy. a little bit.
the philadelphia flower show is all set. we got a sneak peak at the annual floral spectacular. this year's theme is wonders of waterment it celebrate the under plays of water and horticulture it opens tomorrow and runs until sunday, march 11. lauren. conditions slowly settling down as we head into the upcoming weekend still dealing with some winds into the day tomorrow, but not damaging winds, wind gusts only to 35 miles per hour even less wind as we head into sunday and dry conditions after all of the heavy wet snow showing more sunshine increasing
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