More snow is on the way and local municipalities are getting ready.

The National Weather Service is predicting 4 to 7 inches of snow starting Sunday morning and continuing into the afternoon.

For most of Lower Bucks, snow is still on the ground from this past week’s winter storm. Newtown and Langhorne saw about 13 inches, Bensalem had 10 inches, and Bristol had 7 inches of snow.

Middletown Township says it is “monitoring some more unsettled weather coming to our area.”

A WBCB 1490 snow man created in last week’s storm.

“MOVE THAT CAR! Snow is coming back in time of the big game! Keeping your car off the road is critical to our crews so they can clear the entire road of snow. Don’t be “that” neighbor!”

Falls Township Director of Emergency Service Richard Dippolito declared a snow emergency for midnight Saturday through 8 p.m. Sunday.

“Please move all vehicles, boats, trailers, etc.. off the street onto your property,” said Dippolito.

Bristol Borough is also banning parking on Mill Street and the 100 block of Radcliffe Street. This order will last from Saturday night through Sunday afternoon.

People should also not drive through the storm unless absolutely necessary. PA State Police Troop M responded to dozens of crashes and hundreds of stranded vehicles Monday and Tuesday during the last storm.