The Daily Numbers: 1.2
inches of snow recorded in Philadelphia.
nches, what was forecast for the region.
miles east, how far the storm veered, sparing us a big snow storm
inches of snow in Central Park in New York City.
inches, what was forecast for Big Apple
inches in Manasquan, N.J.
inches in Littleton, Mass.
inches in Thompson, Conn.
mph winds howling as blizzard conditions slammed Boston.
40 to 50
feet of seawall knocked out by the storm in Marshfield, Mass.
deaths, both on Long Island, blamed on the storm.
million dollar economic hit believed taken by New York City in the wake of shutdowns before the non-storm.
people charged in series of home break-ins in Drexel Hill.
people, many of them senior citizens, who packed Garnet Valley School Board meeting last night urging them to hold line on taxes.
vote by the board to reserve the right to hike taxes above the state-mandated index of 1.9 percent.
percent tax hike in proposed budget of Upper Darby schools.
bucks more for the average tax tab, which now stands at $3,459.
months in prison for a Middletown man for unlawful sexual contact with a minor.
people going on trial in slaying of Rite Aid store manager Jason McClay.
Pennsylvanians who enrolled in federal health insurance marketplace for 2015.
people hurt when part of the roof of the Lululemon store collapsed in Center City Philadelphia.
point dip for the Dow Jones yesterday, after being down at one point 390 points.
shootout win for Flyers over Arizona Coyotes.
shootout win for Flyers, who are now 2-5 in shootouts for the year.
saves for Steve Mason in relief of Ray Emery.
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If there is any justice, Marshawn Lynch will be named Super Bowl MVP - and promptly be ignored by the media.
I Don’t Get It:
Forget the snow, it is seriously cold out there this morning.
Kudos to Gary Szatkowski, the National Weather Service meteorologist who took to social media and offered his apology for the blown forecast.
“Given the uncertainties and the tens of million of people affected, this was the right forecast to make.”
- NWS Director Louis I. Uccellini.