March 14, 2017

Kevin Hart leads Twitter reaction to Stella's indeterminate 'snow' in Philly

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A layer of snow and freezing rain coats the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Tuesday, March 14, 2017.

What — what is this? Is this the snow we've all been hearing was out to threaten our lives? Yes, it's nasty out there. It's blustery and cold, it's wet, there's definitely snow, but Stella's not looking as ferocious as many forecasters had projected in Philadelphia.


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That's because the dividing line between snow and wintry mix moved further inward than meteorologists anticipated, making it hard to say what, exactly, has been falling from the sky.

Thankfully, Philly is home to a world-famous comedian who happens to be in the area to shoot a movie. He summed up the weather pretty well on Tuesday.


Here's a sampling of what the rest of Philly had to say about Stella, including an opportune promo for the upcoming HoagieNation festival led by Hall & Oates











Before we blame the meteorologists, let's point out that they had their own Twitter disagreements about the impact of the storm. It's an imperfect science. 

The real downside to this wintry mix business is that it will now be a much bigger pain to remove. Viva la Shovelution