Winter Storm Update #2
Posted on Jan 31st, 2021
The mammoth snow storm the Chester County area is experiencing is a long-term event that is predicted to last until 10:00 AM Tuesday, February 2nd. The Honey Brook area will most likely only see snow.
What to Expect:
- Sunday evening snow fall will reach 2-4” of accumulation before the coastal low impacts the area on Monday bringing additional significant snow accumulation. Northern Chester County is now expected to receive 12-18 inches of snow.
- Monday, February 1st, afternoon and evening snow fall snow fall rates could exceed 1 inch per hour at times of the heaviest bands.
- Wind speeds throughout the storm may reach as high as 35-45 mph with gusts up to 50 mph creating the possibility of power outages and hazardous travel conditions.
- Tricounty will commence plowing of the community once the storm subsides. Crews will arrive on site early Tuesday morning, February 2nd and will be onsite throughout the day. TriCounty has cautioned that it is possible that some residents may not be fully plowed out until Wednesday, February 3rd.
Any changes or additional significant updates will be communicated to KHF as needed. Any questions or concerns should be sent to KHF HOA President via email: or Debbie Marchiano, property manager via email: email@example.com