Kyw 1060

January 26, 2011 by  

Kyw 1060, The winter 2011 from hell continues. Another snowstorm arrived just in time to cause chaos during the morning commute for residents of the Philadelphia area. Route 422 was backed up from reading all the way down to the King of Prussia. The storm caught everyone by surprise and started about 5:30 this morning. Main roads have been treated and everybody was leaving for work, which created a traffic disaster in the region. PennDOT should be very critical about this. It’s their job to keep an eye on the weather for the unexpected weather and deployed teams as necessary. While it was expected the “big snow storm” does not arrive later Wednesday, there was a possibility of precipitation should begin earlier today. Coincidentally this storm was worse than expected and blind us. The School District of Philadelphia and many other school districts have announced delays, cancellations and early dismissals. KYW1060 departure for the latest information on school delays, closures and layoffs at the beginning. MyFoxPhilly also has a fairly comprehensive list of weather-related closures involving the School District of Philadelphia and other schools throughout the area.
Another storm heads for the city today. This should generate 5 to 10 inches around Philadelphia tonight and 4 to 8 inches in the north and west of the city. And, typically the worst of the storm hit overnight, and the end just in time tomorrow morning. Raise your hand if you’re tired of losing a day half-holiday with these nuisance storms. 29 John Fox said Preston Bolars 93.3 EMR and Steve that he expects a foot or more in some areas north and west of the city. And, guess what? The storm will end just before we are “expected” to go to work tomorrow morning. We cannot take a break this winter.


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