Friday, March 8, 2013
While Council Rock School District opened on time, officials reported that buses had trouble making it into school on time.
Overnight snow caused messy driving conditions Friday morning, resulting in accidents, cars off the roadways and traffic jams. While Council Rock School District opened on time, officials reported that buses had trouble making it into school on time. "The snow fall this morning is causing significant delays in bus transportation for Council Rock Schools. Parents of Elementary Students should expect delays this morning as we manage difficult roads and weather conditions," a district email said.
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
High winds and flooding could hit the Greater Philadelphia area.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
Tuesday, March 5
The National Weather Service has released a hazardous weather alert for Southeast Pennsylvania, forecasting that a coastal storm will hit the Greater Philadelphia area sometime Wednesday evening. According to the release, the storm is expected "to impact our area Wednesday into early Thursday" and could bring rain, snow, flooding and high winds. 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 from the National Weather Service…
Friday, January 25, 2013
According to the Weather Channel, there's a 90 percent chance snow will fall on the area just in time for the evening commute.
Don't forget the hat and mittens this weekend; it's going to be cold and snowy, according to the Weather Channel. The forecast calls for a 90 percent chance of snow today, with accumulation of only an inch or so. The Weather Channel is predicting the snow will start right around the time of the evening commute, so drivers should use caution. Saturday's forecast calls for partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the low 30s. Sunday should be similiar, with a high of 32. The frigid weather should give way to more mild temperatures by Tuesday. Click here to view the full forecast for Northampton.
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
On Tuesday, the Weather Channel predicted a "significant accumulation" of snow could fall on Friday. But today, the forecast calls for just a few inches.
Don't rush out for your bread and milk just yet. The Weather Channel's prediction Tuesday that the area could be in for "significant snow" on Friday has been retracted. The Weather Channel now says there's a 60 percent chance of a snow shower. Accuweather predicts just an inch or two will fall. But hang on to that scarf and mittens; it will be very cold through the week. The forecast through Friday calls for temperatures in the low to mid 20s. Overnight lows on Thursday could plunge to 11 degrees. Things will warm up a tad next week. According to the Weather Channel, highs Tuesday will be in the mid 40s and it could get up to 50 degrees mid week.
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
According to the Weather Channel, there may be significant snow accumulation on Friday.
The Weather Channel is reporting a chance of significant snow accumulation on Friday in Bucks County. The forecast for Friday is calling for a 70 percent chance of snow. Temperatures are expected to be in the mid 20s. The current forecast estimates the snow will be through the area by the weekend. Temperatures will still be chilly though, with highs in the upper 20s on Saturday and low 30s on Sunday. Click here to view the full forecast.
Monday, January 21, 2013
Winter's making a prolonged appearance this week...and it could snow more than once before the week is out.
The incoming cold regime will bring some rather cold temperatures by Philadelphia standards to our region ― highs on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday may not break 30 degrees as we get in the grip of some pretty cold air across the eastern half of the nation. This cold has been largely in the Great Basin so far this month ― parts of Nevada are running more than twenty degrees below normal! Temperatures here won't be that cold, but could go down to ten degrees colder than average over the coming week. Along with the incoming cold, light snow and flurries could cross the region later on Monday with a weak clipper and also on Wednesday with a relatively weak disturbance. Monday's system may be more substantive than Wednesday's but either …
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Due to the changing weather conditions, Council Rock has made changes to today's schedule.
While school will remain open through the end of the day, after school activities have been cancelled for Council Rock School District due to the changing weather conditions, an alert from the district said. Co-curricular programs such as sports practices, elementary after-school sports, theatre, music activities and clinic at middle schools and high schools will be cancelled for Tuesday, Nov. 27. However, the KLC/Champions Program will remain open in the elementary schools. Futhermore, the district said that evening facility use is also cancelled in the buildings. Programs such as Council Rock basketball and other activities scheduled for this evening are cancelled. Parents should also expect some delays in transportation, the message …
Monday, November 26, 2012
The National Weather Service has issued hazardous weather outlook for tonight and Tuesday.
Monday, November 26, 2012
The National Weather Service reports that Bucks and Montgomery Counties can expect about an inch of snow overnight—enough to make Tuesday's commute slippery. The Hazardous Weather Outlook posted by NWS states that an additional inch or so could accumulate Tuesday, possibly mixed with rain. Any remaining snow will probably be washed away by afternoon rain. Here's the NWS forecast:
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Power outages and unsafe conditions from Hurricane Sandy caused the township to reschedule Halloween trick-or-treating for Wednesday, Nov. 7.
Despite a winter weather advisory, trick-or-treating will go on tonight. Trick-or-treaters may knock on your door this evening, as part of the rescheduled Halloween activity. Northampton Township postponed Halloween activities that were scheduled for Oct. 31 because of power outages and unsafe conditions throughout the community caused by Hurricane Sandy. The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather and wind advisory, that could cause more power outages, and possibly 2 to 5 inches of snow accumulation. But neither the township or parks and recreation department have suggested skipping trick-or-treating tonight. Township Manager Robert Pellegrino just asks parents and children to "use their best judgement" before heading out. …
Thursday, February 9, 2012
Here's your "five" for Thursday.
Don't forget to vote in this week's "Best Of" poll. It closes Friday! Was your yard snowy white this morning? Don't get too attached. Temps should be back up in the high 40s, according to the National Weather Service. The Council Rock Sports Foundation posted letter to the community today about how to get more involved in the growing group. The email in the letter is incorrect; it is actually email@example.com. The Bucks County Commissioners are seeking local nominations for the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission’s (DVRPC) new Public Participation Task Force. There will be an After Dark Teen Dance Party tomorrow from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Recreation Center. The event is for students in grades six through eight and costs $10.