Jump to content



Register as a member today, and become part of the Delaware Valley weather community!

Our pro and seasoned amateur meteorologists, and weather enthusiasts from around the PA and NJ area together form a great group discussion, and we're asking folks that read our site today to register as members and post along with us!

Don't be intimidated if you're not an expert, ask questions if you're curious or want to build your knowledge!

Whether it's adding to our local profiles by reporting observations (and maybe becoming a SkyWarn Spotter!), or contributing more on the model interpretation side, we'd like you to join us in a constructive and insightful dialogue around all things Philly Weather!


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


cbelke last won the day on June 13

cbelke had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

1,654 Excellent

About cbelke

  • Rank
    Skywarn #BKPA-012
  • Birthday 10/14/1966

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location:
    Sellersville, PA Elevation: 535'
  • Interests
    Weather, of course. Golf, hunting, fishing, and relaxing with a cold beer.

Recent Profile Visitors

3,729 profile views
  1. I am happy in that respect. Don't need any more right now. Ground soaked up what it could and I still have a some mini-ponds in my yard.
  2. Here is what I mean about the split that usually happens. Rain goes North or South if me.
  3. Some photos of the receding waters around Perkasie and Sellersville.
  4. 7.43" on my VP2 and 7.02" on my CoCoRaHS rain gauge. Seems the VP2 did more overestimating than I thought.
  5. Looks like we are going to top out at 7.43", impressive.
  6. Just saw this for the Sellersville Fire Department. The east branch of the Perkiomen Creek runs through Perkasie and Sellersville. MAJOR FLOODING and lots of water rescues happening in town. That picture of the DQ is from a rebuilt/new bridge which was raised about 8 ft higher than the previous one and it still isn't enough.
  7. Need a bigger rain gauge 😎
  8. Still a light rain falling. Getting windy and lights are flickering. 7.33" on the VP2. Manual gauge is right in line.
  9. 7.06" I hope it stops soon...
  10. 3 Mile Run (River) Creek after 6.80" and the picture of the retention basin which has never held more than a few inches water in the past 11 yrs. The creek is higher than I have ever seen it, and there are two bridges in my development and I couldn't get out of either right now.
  11. Tornado damage in Mamora, NJ.
  • Create New...