Friday, February 8, 2013
Southern Lehigh will dismiss early, no PM kindergarten
From Southern Lehigh School District: All Schools will be dismissing early today, February 8th due to the impending snowstorm. Secondary schools will be Dismissing at 12:00 PM. K-6 buildings (including AM Kindergarten) will be dismissing at 1:00PM. No PM Kindergarten for students today. No after school activities district-wide.
Thursday, February 7, 2013
A winter storm will make Friday messy in Southern Lehigh but the worst of it will hit New England
The National Weather Service says a winter storm will bring snow, sleet and rain to Southern Lehigh Friday into early Saturday morning. The major impact will be in New England where a nor'easter-type storm could bring blizzard conditions and a foot of snow. Locally, the National Weather Service predicts 6 to 12 inches of snow; WFMZ predicts 3 to 6 inches for the Lehigh Valley. Snow should develop Friday morning, then mix with or change to sleet and rain from southeast to northwest. Snow could be heavy at times later Friday afternoon and Friday night, the Weather Service says. The storm should end early Saturday morning leaving Saturday partly sunny with a high of 33.
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
A cold front will bring heavy rain and high winds to the Lehigh Valley for Tuesday, Sept. 18
A very soggy day is on tap with up to an inch of rain and maybe more expected to fall in the Lehigh Valley through Tuesday night. A cold front is bringing strong storms, including the possibility of thunderstorms. A wind advisory is in effect from noon to midnight Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service. The storm comes just a 10 days after a major storm hit Coopersburg, knocking down trees and lamposts and causing major damage to the area. Cleanup is still under way in the borough, though a coordinated limb and brush pickup came through Thursday, Sept. 13. The storm system should clear out in time for partly sunny conditions Wednesday.