Update: Tuesday 12:37 p.m.
Power is out through most of the township Tuesday morning.
PECO says restoration estimates will be available after 4 p.m., by calling 800-841-4141
Original article below:
Hurricane Sandy may bring several inches of heavy rain, sustained winds up to 45 miles per hour and wind gusts up to 60 miles per hour, throughout Bucks County, according to The National Weather Service.
And with wind gusts and heavy rain usually comes downed trees and power lines and flooding. Check back with Patch frequently, as we will try to keep you posted on what areas are closed and without power.
The township has declared a 'Disaster Emergency' and has asked everyone to stay off the roadways, unless absolutely necessary to move for safety reasons.
In the Philadelphia area, Governor Tom Corbett closed the full length
of Interstates 95 and 676; I-476 (non-toll portion); I-76 from the Pa.
Turnpike to Passyunk Avenue and the U.S. Route 1 Extension in Philadelphia to all traffic except emergency vehicles from Monday at 7 p.m. through Tuesday at 2 a.m.
Keep PECO's emergency telephone number (1-800-841-4141) handy, just in case.
If you know of road closures or power outages that we haven't reported, tell us in the comments.