The second part of the winter weather doubleheader will be here soon enough. So what to expect from this significant storm? The National Weather Service in Mount Holly says the forecast is complicated as far as timing and precipitation type. And that results in a large measure of uncertainty regarding aspects of the short-term weather picture.MORE NEWS: AA pilot headed to Philly arrested on suspicion of being drunkNevertheless, here's what forecasters are seeing transpire from tonight through Tuesday night: First off, a winter weather advisory remains in effect for the region – from Doylestown to New Castle County and from West Chester to Atlantic City – until noon Tuesday. The advisory for western Montgomery County will not expire until Tuesday night. The snow arrives from the south this evening into Philadelphia, its suburbs as well as South Jersey, and spreads northward into Central New Jersey by or after midnight, forecasters said. The snow could be moderate to heavy … [Read more...] about Snow? Sleet? Freezing rain? What to expect tonight and tomorrow morning in Philly
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The Detroit News Published 11:55 PM EST Dec 31, 2018 Out with the old and in with the new doesn't quite fit Metro Detroit for 2019. The new year appears to be more of a transition period, as progress continues on major developments downtown. There isn't a glitzy arena opening or a skyscraper near completion. Motorists traveling over the Detroit River will still have to look to the Ambassador Bridge as the Gordie Howe International Bridge begins to take shape. For change, head west to Lansing, where a Democratic governor, attorney general and secretary of state take power. All eyes will be on Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and her work with the Republican-controlled Legislature. But many questions will likely be answered: Will Detroit finally show population gain? How will the new governor fix "the damn roads?" How will professional golf play out in its return to Detroit in June? Maybe 2019 should be greeted with a glass of whiskey from Two James instead … [Read more...] about 2019 in Michigan, Metro Detroit: What to expect
Philip Hammond is preparing to deliver his last Budget speech before the official Brexit date next year of March 29 2019. The chancellor faces a tough job after Prime Minister Theresa May promised at Tory conference to loosen the purse-strings following a strict period of austerity. The Budget will take place on Monday October 29 and start at 3.30pm. It is later than the usual time as Parliamentary business starts later on Monday to give MPs time to travel to London from their constituencies. Budgets usually take place on a Wednesday but the assumption at Westminster is that the Chancellor took a look at the calendar, saw the date would be October 31 and decided not to give newspapers the opportunity to greet a Hallowe'en Budget with headlines about a "Hammond Horrow" or a "Nightmare on Downing Street". It is the first Monday budget since 1962. Here is what to expect from this year’s Budget and what the Chancellor could deliver: So is this the end of austerity … [Read more...] about Budget 2018: what to expect from Philip Hammond’s speech
POLITICS 06/12/2018 05:29 pm ET Follow-up talks, to begin next week, need to cover a lot of ground. But dialogue at least delays the prospect of a military confrontation. By Akbar Shahid Ahmed WASHINGTON ― Even many critics of President Donald Trump have praised his historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un as a good first step toward peace between the United States and a longtime enemy that now has an unprecedented nuclear program. But establishing a new status quo to prevent a war that could kill millions likely depends on the outcome of follow-on talks that Trump has promised will begin next week. Led by national security adviser John Bolton and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, the new negotiations are supposed to ensure progress toward Trump’s goal: removing North Korea’s nuclear weapons capability. With the president personally directing the U.S. government’s messaging, officials are being careful not to get out ahead of … [Read more...] about Trump Has Promised More Talks With North Korea. Here’s What To Expect.
Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE As President Donald Trump prepares for a high-stakes summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Tuesday, Americans are uncertain what to expect from the president’s attempts to make a deal, and less than a third of voters believe the ultimate outcome will be a positive one for the United States. According to the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, about a quarter of voters — 26 percent — think that Trump will demand too much in the negotiations and thus scuttle an agreement. An additional 10 percent say Trump will give up too much. A combined 31 percent of voters are more optimistic, saying either that the ultimate agreement will be fair to both sides (17 percent) or that Trump will secure a deal that is better for the United States than for the North Korean regime (14 percent). Another 31 percent say they don’t know enough to voice … [Read more...] about NBC News/WSJ poll: Voters unsure what to expect from North Korea talks