A powerful winter storm brought heavy rain, strong winds, and flooding to Bucks County.

The National Weather Service predicted 45 to 55 mph winds and three inches of rain before the storm passed overnight.

 The Neshaminy Creek is expected to overflow on Tuesday night and reach 12.5 feet by Wednesday morning in Lower Bucks County.

 The Neshaminy Creek is expected to overflow on Tuesday night and reach 12.5 feet by Wednesday morning in Lower Bucks County.

River Road between Taylorsville Road and Route 532 in Upper Makefield is closed due to drainage issues, not flooding.

The county warns motorists of road closures due to flooding, fallen trees, and downed power lines.

The Delaware River may flood, especially at high tide, which primarily impacts regions located in close proximity to Morrisville.

Bucks County schools cancelled evening and extracurricular activities as advised.

PECO reported several outages in Southeastern Pennsylvania, including over 12,000 in Bucks County.

 At least five customers in 30 Bucks County townships and boroughs lost power two hours after county officials warned of Tuesday's storm's worst part.