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Monday, 1 p.m.: PECO announces scattered outages in the Warminster/Warrington area.
Monday, 11 a.m.: Warminster Township declared a Local Disaster Emergency due to the impending weather conditions from Hurricane Sandy.
- Stay indoors and away from windows.
- If you must go out DO NOT drive into or walk into floodwaters or waterways for any reason.
- If you become trapped in your car or home by floodwaters call 9-1-1.
- To report electric service outages please contact PECO.
- To report other emergencies call 9-1-1.
Please note Warminster Township does not have generators available for the public in the event of a power outage.
Monday, 9:30 a.m.: PennDOT has reduced speeds on major highways to 45 mph.
Monday, 9 a.m.: PECO reports no power outages in Warminster as rainfall increases in the region.
Bucks County Shelters: (Different opening times)
Sunday, 3:01 p.m.:
SEPTA announced shortly before 3 p.m. that starting at 12:30 a.m. on Monday all the transit agencies services will be suspended.
The suspension will halt all of the service's modes of transportion, including the West Trenton Regional Rail line and bus routes.
Special paratransit service for medical patients will remain operational as long as conditions allow, SEPTA said in a statement.
The agency did not state when service was expected to resume.
Amtrak also announced all service in the Northeast was suspended due to the storm.