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Winter Storm Live Blog (Live Blog)

January 12, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

1:27 p.m.: Here is a sideshow of photos from the Winter Storm.

This brings our live blogging for the storm to an end. Thank you everyone for sending in your snow totals and photos!

1:04 p.m.:

Rabi Tripathy shovels the snow from the driveway his Northampton Wednesday morning. (Tom Sofield)

12:48 p.m.: All the main roads are clear in the area. Some snow is drifting back on some roads due to the wind. Also secondary streets are pretty clear some slick spots persist.

9:33 a.m.: Reader Mike Reiser (@MReiser4670) tweeted us that in Willow Grove he measured 5.8 inches of snow.

My driveway is shoveled out, now what about the street? I’m heading out this morning to get photos, talk to locals, eat breakfast and head down to a possible fire scene in Ivyland. Look for updates again late morning or early afternoon.

In the meantime e-mail, Tweet, Facebook us your snow totals and photos!

9:00 a.m.: Reader Vince submitted his snow totals via. Facebook: “I measure about 4.5″ in my driveway in Warminster near Ivyland.”

Deane Clapper left us a comment: “3&3/4″ inches in Hatboro @ 12:20 am, not a single plow or Salt truck…”

Keep your feed back coming, news@buxmontnews.com, Facebook, or Twitter.

Hope to dig out in a few and get some more snow photos and check out reports of a fire this morning in Ivyland.

8:20 a.m.:

A photo of the sun rising at the Spring Mill Country Club in Ivyland. (Brad Rozzelle)

7:50 a.m.: Reader Jim of Northampton tells us he got 6 inches of snow outside his door.

Reader Jess McKee who is located in Hatboro tells us when she measured this morning she had almost 6 inches on her front lawn and is happy her kids are off from school so they can enjoy the snow.

Send us your snow reports and photos! E-mail them to us at news@buxmontnews.com, Twitter.com/BuxMontNews or Facebook them to us!

1/12/2011 6:42 a.m.: School Closings:









11:52 p.m.:

Snow blanets Street Road around 10 p.m. Tuesday night as the snow storm that could end up bringing 8 inches of snow bears down on the region. (Tom Sofield)

11:40 p.m.: About 3 inches of snow in Upper Southampton. Snow seems to be picking up, major roads are now snow covered but PennDot trucks are out in force.

County Line Road between Newtown and Centennial Roads was closed for a time this evening as Warminster and Upper Moreland police investigated a vehicle accident. Police on the scene said they believe the accident happened on County Line Road in nearby Upper Southampton. No one was injured and the road was opened shortly after. (Tom Sofield)

11:33 p.m.: Reader Tim Mirsch submitted this photo of the snow in Bensalem:

11:15 p.m.: Forecasters are now saying the snow could be moving out of the area shortly before daybreak tomorrow. This is not looking good for the kids who want the schools to close.

As usual with snow events fire engines are being sent to assist on some EMS calls this evening.

10:11 p.m.: County Line Road is open again, snow is coming down hard.

10:00 p.m.: BREAKING: County Line Road between Newtown Rd. & Centennial Rd. is closed due to vehicle accident which Warminster police on-scene say might have happened in Upper Southampton. Police not sure of what happened but say no injuries.

9:35 p.m.: Warminster, Hatboro and Upper Moreland have declared snow emergencies and are asking people to clear cars from streets.

Upper Moreland police issued warning that after 9 p.m. cars will be towed if they are in a snow emergency route.

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  1. Deane Clapper
    January 12, 2011 at 12:25 AM

    3&3/4″ inches in Hatboro @ 12:20 am, not a single plow or Salt truck…

  1. January 12, 2011 at 12:35 AM

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