Weather and Severe Condition Monitors
Follow these links to official weather information for Nockamixon Township, and to websites where you can monitor ongoing weather emergencies, such as flooding along the Delaware River and its tributaries.
Nockamixon Township Weather Information
National Weather Service
Philadelphia, PA / Mt. Holly, NJ
National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) / National Weather Service (NWS)
Eastern Region Headquarters – Quick Glimpse Forecast
Analyst WeatherCast Pennsylvania
A new regional forecasting service we’ve found very helpful and unusually accurate
NWS Precipitation Analysis
One-Day Observed Precipitation maps & analysis
Intellicast.com Storm Watch
Real-time Doppler radar graphic, updated every 15 minutes, showing approaching severe weather in Nockamixon Township.
Weatherbug Severe Weather Alerts
Graphic and text presentations of any severe weather alerts affecting Pennsylvania.
NY/NJ/PA Weather Blogs
Steve DiMartino’s independent meteorology blogs
National Hurricane Center
Track and find information about hurricanes and other tropical systems.
Delaware River Flood Gauges
NOAA/NWS Significant River Flood Outlook
This Flood Outlook is intended to provide a general outlook for significant river flooding. It is not intended to depict all areas of minor flooding or small-scale events such as localized flooding and/or flash flooding.
Mid-Atlantic River Forecast Center (MARFC)
Current flow and flood forecasts for major rivers and tributaries in the Mid-Atlantic region from the center in State College, PA.
NWS Philadelphia/Mt. Holly Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service –
Delaware River Basin & Surrounding Watershed
Real-time water level readings at all gauging stations in the Delaware River watershed in PA/NJ, presented in multiple graphic formats.
Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service – Delaware River at Riegelsville
Real-time water level readings at Riegelsville, PA/NJ, presented in multiple graphic formats.
United States Geological Survey Delaware River Gauge
Real-time water level readings at Riegelsville, PA/NJ. Though it’s not as graphically enhanced as the NWS site, this gauge is sometimes updated more frequently, and tends to be less prone to server overload.