Friday, February 8, 2013
The snowstorm is expected to dump 3 to 7 inches of snow on Hatboro, Horsham and the surrounding area Friday night into Saturday.
As municipal officials gear up for the forecasted 3 to 7 inches of snow which could come overnight tonight into Saturday, residents are asked to do their part too to prepare. Fred Zollers, Hatboro's public works director and borough manager, suggested that residents park in their driveways and make sure their portable basketball nets and trash cans are off of the streets. And, perhaps most importantly, Zollers asked that residents "don’t throw snow back in the street." "Back into the street means we just plow it back onto the sidewalk again," Zollers said, adding that shoveled snow should be placed in yards. Horsham Township Manager Bill Walker said that residents who have fire hydrants in front of their houses should shovel them out and…
Thursday, February 7, 2013
The latest forecast for Horsham and Hatboro greatly increased the amount of snow predicted in this weekend's winter storm.
Winter Storm "Nemo" could bring 4 to 8 inches of snow to the Hatboro and Horsham area Friday and Saturday. The latest forecast from the National Weather Service predicts less than 1 inch of snow Friday, then another 4 to 8 inches overnight Friday into Saturday. That is a radical change from Thursday's forecast, which predicted far less snow for the Eastern Montgomery County area. We will continue to monitor the latest weather reports and update this story as needed.
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: