Tuesday, March 5, 2013
High winds and flooding could hit the Bucks County area.
The National Weather Service has released a hazardous weather alert for Southeast Pennsylvania, forecasting that a coastal storm will hit the Bucks County area sometime Wednesday evening. The storm is expected "to impact our area Wednesday into early Thursday" and could bring rain, snow, flooding and high winds, according to the release. Here is the timeline of what people could expect, according to the service: Residents along the Delaware River could see "minor tidal flooding" and winds are expected to reach as high as 45 mph Wednesday. The storm is expected to pass through our area by Thursday. Despite the warning, no major snow accumulation has been forecasted. See the area's seven-day forecast on the National Weather Service here.
Friday, February 8, 2013
The latest forecast for Levittown greatly increased the amount of snow predicted in this weekend's winter storm. Crews in Falls and Middletown say they are ready for the storm.
Public Works crews in Falls and Middletown townships are preparing for nor'easter set to bear down on the region this weekend. The latest forecast from the National Weather Service predicts 3 to 7 inches of snow between Friday and Saturday morning. A trace amount of ice is also possible. That is a radical change from earlier forecast, which predicted far less snow for the Lower Bucks County region. The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for southeast Pennsylvania, including the Doylestown area on Thursday afternoon. In Falls, Public Works Director Joe Arnao said crews would be working Friday morning to get all the equipment ready for the impending snow. “Cars will always be a problem and we ask that residents remove …
Thursday, February 7, 2013
A massive winter storm is going to hit the Northeast Friday night bringing 1 to 30 inches of snow.
Thursday, February 7
Winter Storm Nemo is going to wallop New England down to New York this weekend, according to The Weather Channel. It could be the biggest storm to hit the area in years, bringing up to 30 inches of snow to the worst hit regions. Bucks and Montgomery Counties will be at the very southern parts of the storm and will get a nasty wintry mix of sleet and freezing rain with little snow accumulation, according to the National Weather Service. Here’s the current forecast: