Well, it snowed

    We sincerely hope that you are reading this from your warm bed, without intentions of doing anything or going anywhere else.

    If you don’t have that luxury, the roads are still a bit unpredictable. Many major thoroughfares are plowed and in decent shape. Others, not so much.

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    Heavy winds continue to blow the snow around, but the falling stuff is mostly over. There’s been about 12 inches of accumulation in Philadelphia, and the numbers grow the farther east you are – parts of  the New Jersey shore are seeing almost 20 inches.

    SEPTA is experiencing heavy delays with some cancelled routes. Check the details here at their site.

    NJ Transit bus service is suspended statewide, but Amtrak has resumed limited service between Boston and New York. PATCO is operating from New Jersey with minor delays.

    The Philadelphia airport is open, and some flights are departing and arriving as scheduled. Mostly, though, there are cancellations and delays. Stating the obvious here: check before you leave, especially if your journey involves New York’s paralyzed airports.

    Here’s some important information from the city.

    The general message: If you can, best to stay home!

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