Philly Set A New Record for March 7th

A person crosses a snow-covered street after a winter storm, Sunday, Jan. 24, 2016, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)


I am hoping, praying and believing that today was the last of the worst of Winter 2017-2018. If you are like me you are so ready for sundresses, sandals and trips down the shore.

Today’s snow surprisingly set a new record for March 7th. According to, the Philadelphia International Airport reported 6.1 inches of snow which a new high for our awesome city.

But, wow oh wow, did Richboro and Lower Makefield get hit hard. Richboro saw around 16 inches and Lower Makefield almost a foot of snow. YUCK.

As far as electricity goes, over 200 thousand of our friends and family are sitting in the dark.

PECO — 120,000 outages, 87,000 of those were in Bucks County

PSE&G — 50,000

AC Electric — 21,000

Sending prayers to the Utility workers and YOU for a quick turnaround!

Thanks for stopping by…only 12 days until Spring!