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Just In: Forecasters Issue Flood Advisory for Area

Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen



Credit: National Weather Service Northeast Radar Center

As if the deluge of recent rain isn’t enough for the area, forecasters issued a hazardous weather advisory for Lower Bucks, Philadelphia and the Northewestern part of Burlington County a short time ago.

The coastal flood advisory goes into effect at 8 a.m. and lasts until 1 p.m. this afternoon officials at the National Weather Service in Mount Holly, New Jersey say.

Forecasters say there is a 50 percent of scattered showers with a high temperature of 59 degrees for the lower bucks area today.

There is a 25 percent chance for rain tonight with a low temperature of 45 degrees.

As of press time, Wednesday looks promising as we’ll all get see the Sun once again, forecasters say.

Click here for the full 7-day forecast for the remainder of the week.






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Jeff Bohen
Digital Reporter
Jeff Bohen has been covering news in the Philadelphia region since 2008. First on Temple Student Radio WHIP's "Run Down" Show. He then Interned at WBCB, and was a Patch.com contributor on four different Patch sites. Bohen was/ is the co-founder/creator of LeviittownNow.com helping it become the most popular digital news site in Lower Bucks County.
Bohen is a passionate about educating the public on issues surrounding mental health, as he lives with Bi-Polar Disorder. In his free time, Jeff is a avid sports fan, podcast listener, and metal head whose the best air guitarist/drummer he knows. Bohen is single and has no children.

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