Live Broadcast WATCH NOW TODAY: Looking at the national temperature map you see a distinct warming ahead of a cold front that is now slicing through the Great Lakes region. Ahead of it is warm fall temps, behind it closer to early winter.
Live Broadcast WATCH NOW BREAKING NEWS Truck crash closes Rt. 1 SB in New Castle Co.; chickens spilled on road TODAY: It's a rather cool start to the day, but we'll have a nice afternoon today. We'll see a bit more clouds mixing with the sun and a nice high of 68.
TODAY: High pressure remains in control over New England, and we see another sunny day with just a few cirrus clouds streaking by. We started this morning with temperatures just in the 30s in many northwestern suburbs and a few spots in South Jersey, but we'll rebound this afternoon.
THURSDAY: As the cold front limps off the coast, we're starting our day with lots of clouds, but we'll see more sun through most of the region this afternoon. High pressure to our north will provide a very nice day with highs right around 80 and low humidity.
An Excessive Heat Warning continues for the I-95 metro area until 8pm today. The rest of our area is under a Heat Advisory until 5pm today. TUESDAY: A warm front pushed through the area triggering a few spotty showers this morning. We'll see clouds and sun today.
An Excessive Heat Warning continues for the I-95 metro area until 6pm Tuesday. MONDAY: It's mostly sunny, hot and humid. An isolated shower or thunderstorm is possible, mainly south of the city. High 94, Heat Index 97-102. TUESDAY: It' still hot and oppressively humid.
The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Watch for Thursday afternoon through Saturday afternoon for Philadelphia and the I-95 metro area from Trenton to Wilmington. Heat Indices during this time will be in the upper 90s to 105. TODAY: A warm front moved in overnight and we could see a shower or thunderstorms at any point.
TUESDAY: High pressure pushes to our east today which brings us a sunny start to the day. This afternoon, more clouds will mix with the sun. It's feels only slightly humid with winds turning southerly. High: 89. WEDNESDAY: High pressure drifts to a classic Bermuda High position, allowing southwest winds along the eastern seaboard.
MONDAY: Mid and high level clouds have moved in overnight and we'll see some early sun filtering through them. Overall today will be partly sunny and it's only slightly humid. High 88. TUESDAY: Lots of sunshine! Humidity stays in check, so it's a nice summer day. High 89.
In this week's Shelter Me report, two inseparable cats find their forever home. When Casey and Jo-Jo were found roaming the streets as strays, they found comfort in each other's company. "She'll go right up to him, put her head in front of his face... and he grooms her head," said their owner, Vickie Tilotta.
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Selecting a term
Start searching tweets, articles from media outlets, articles mentioned in tweets, journalists'
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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