A second polar vortex (read about the phenomenon at Weather Underground) in one month’s time brought arctic temperatures to the Philadelphia area, and this time it came with a snowstorm. Close to a foot of snow fell on Philly last night (along with the rest of a relatively narrow strip of the East Coast along I-95, outside of this corridor the totals were lower). The Declaration was out and about into the wee hours this morning, until the flakes stopped falling, to capture images of the city.
We’ll be posting more throughout the day, and would love photos from your neighborhood. Just tweet your pics @declarationphl, @dustinslaughter, or @kennethlipp, or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll share them here in our gallery (with proper credit to the photographer).
Look for more throughout the day, and be sure to send us your pics and videos!