Sunday, February 14, 2016

Storm update

Nature now beating up on Bucks County.

Storm update


The storm cluster that hammered Burlington County has crossed the river, and right now appears to be going to town on Bucks County.

It has left quite a calling-card in Philly. Between 2 and 3 p.m., 0.87 inches of rain was measured at Philadelphia International Airport.

A wind gust of 43 m.p.h. also was reported at the airport.

In Doylestown 0.28 inches of rain was measured between 2 and 3, and a severe thunderstorm warning remains in effect for parts of Bucks and Montgomery Counties.

A flood advisory remains posted for Philly and the surrounding area until 5 p.m.

Inquirer Weather Columnist
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