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  • Birthday 03/05/1949

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  1. Worcester PA. Windy with rain and a little small size hail. at 5:15 PM. Not much too it, but it did have hail. No lightning.
  2. Worcester, pa. 1.48" of rain as of 9:50 PM Thursday. more coming in looking at radar.
  3. Worcester, PA. All snow. 38.
  4. My understanding is if a tree is not healthy and the owner does nothing to remedy it then the owner is responsible if it lands in a neighbors property. IF it is healthy then the owner is not responsible if it falls across a property line. In the same concept if an owner cuts a tree down and does it in a way that it falls on the others property the owner is responsible because he made the improper cut.
  5. Looks like NWS PHL has gone with a high wind warning for Sunday PM (after 2 PM) and Monday most of the day for western Chester, Montgomery and Bucks on n and w. Eastern zones of the same counties remain in a high wind watch. Based on the afternoon discussion it appears they will evaluate those areas for a possible change later today.
  6. Worcester, pa. 32 frz drizzle. Down 1.5 degrees in the last hour. Unofficial 2" for the day.
  7. Worcester, Pa. 28.2. Moderate snow. Untreated roads covered.
  8. Worcester, PA has switched over - all snow - moderate 35 degrees. grass covered. roads starting to cover. 4:55 PM
  9. Worcester, PA is 38 and rain. Occasional flakes mixed in but basically rain at 3:50 PM.
  10. Montgomery County, PA. I remember the ice storm of 94. Unbelievable. I saw front end loaders lifting 4" to 5" thick large sheets of packed snow and ice off the roads and putting them in dump trucks. There was nothing to plow. It had to be literally dug up as a thick solid piece, lifted up and deposited into a dump truck. Crazy power outages for days.
  11. If we get any wind from this it will be tree trouble with the ground as wet as it is now and especially after the Sunday/ Monday rains.
  12. Worcester 3.04" at my location. 4.5" at a friend's location about 4 miles away toward North Wales. Locally the worst was in the Upper Merion area. Many car water rescues and a few home rescues with water up to the first floor windows. This was all this AM. Other than the runoff fed streams everything has receded. Chester Cty, Delaware Cty and parts of the city were in on it as well as seen in the pictures on this thread. I expect many areas in addition, but these are the ones I heard on the dispatches.
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