NORRISTOWN, Pa. - A Code Blue cold weather emergency has been declared for Montgomery County.
Based on a review of forecasts from the National Weather Service, the warning has been issued for the period beginning at 9 p.m. Saturday and continuing until 9 a.m. Tuesday.
Such cold weather declarations are made in the county when winter conditions pose a threat of serious harm or death to individuals without shelter. It is called when the combination of air temperature and wind chill is anticipated to be 20 degrees F or less.
The warning was issued Friday by Montgomery County commissioners, on the advice of the county's public safety department.
For cold weather information, check the Montgomery County Health Department website.
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