Forecasters with the National Weather Service have declared a blizzard warning for the Philadelphia region beginning Friday evening (due to expected heavy winds), and forecasters are predicting the bulk of the snow to fall in the region Friday night and Saturday. City officials are expected to declare a snow emergency.
When last week started with a bold prediction — 17.9 inches of snow! — we were preparing, all right. We were ready for you to eat crow. But now it’s our turn.
|What||Ready to get out and play? Bundle up and head to one of William Penn's most gorgeous city squares to take part in a good, old-fashioned snowball throwdown.|
|Where||Washington Square Park at Walnut & Locust St. 19106|
|When||January 23, 2016 at 4:05 pm|
|How much||Free (minus a few snow bruises)|
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The essential information you need to get through the city’s first big snowstorm of the year.
Mayor Jim Kenney and city officials gathered today to announce a snow emergency will likely be put into place.
Area meteorologists finally starting to play the “inches game,” and politicians are announcing how they’ll prepare.