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NORRISTOWN >> Many central Montgomery County residents woke up Tuesday morning expecting a blizzard of snow at their feet and found mere inches of snow.
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More than a foot of snow is possible for the region, the National Weather Service said.
Snow fell steadily all day Monday.
Narberth Borough has announced that, due to the impending snowstorm, there will be no collection of co-mingled recycling, brush or special pick-ups on Tuesday, Jan. 27, Collection has been rescheduled to Wednesday, Jan. 28.
The snow emergency will begin at 3 p.m. Monday, Jan. 26, the township said.
Update: Due to the forecasted inclement weather, the public opening of Fuel restaurant in Ardmore has been delayed. Owner Rocco Cima invites everyone to stop by for its grand opening on Friday, Jan. 30.
Narberth Borough has announced that, due to the incoming snow storm, the Property Committee and Recreation Board’s annual property users’ meeting, scheduled for Jan. 26, has been postponed. A new date is to be announced.
Christopher Tully was last seen Jan. 6.
Up to a foot of snow is expected in the region over the next few days.
A “historic” winter storm is barrelling toward the Philadelphia region, threatening high winds and more than a foot of snow.
Several hundred Lower Merion School District students spent a few hours in Harriton High School’s cafeteria last Friday working on service projects for the district’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.
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The Merion Concert Band presents its Winter Concert on Sunday, February 8 at 3:00 PM at Harriton High School in Rosemont.
Montgomery County has 1,200 tons of salt on hand, an official said Sunday night.
A storm watch has turned into a storm warning for Eastern Pennsylvania. Forecasters are predicting two days of snow.
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Snow will first fall early Monday, slowing the morning commute, and then turn into a nor'easter, according to the National Weather Service.