Winter warnings and watches for most of Pennsylvania

Winter warnings and watches for much of Pennsylvania



FOS.CU >> NOW, THE WGAL NEWS ST8 ORM AMTE FORECAST WITH METEOROLOGIST TIFFANY SAVONA. TIFFANY: BIG CHANGES ARE SET TO ARRIVE THIS WEEKEND. MILD TODAYUT B TOMORROW WE TURN OUR ATTENTION TO WINTER STORM WATCHES. THEY HAVE BEEN ISSUED FOR A GOOD CHUNK OF THE VALLEY. WINTER STORM WARNINGS UP NORTH. TODAY, PARYTL SUNNY, MORE MILD. 56-60 DEGREES. ENJOY TOY.DA LOOKS LIKE THE RAIN WILL PUSH IN AFTER MIDNIGHT AND THEN CHANGE OVERO T SNOW FROM NORTHWEST TO SOUTHEAST. TONIGHT, TEMPERATURES WILL BE AROUND 40 DEGREES WHEN THE RAIN IS FALLING PERIOD CEON THE FRONT MOVES IN, COLDER AIR WILL RUSH IN AND TEMPERATURES WILL BE FALLING. TOMORROW, RAIN TO SNOW AND THEN IT IS COLD AND WINDY .TEMPERATURE START OFF AROUND TH FREEZING MARK IN THR EIUP INTO THE 20’S. ONCE THE SNOW STOPS, DRIFTING SNOW WILL CAUSE VISIBILITY. TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING INTO THE UPPER 20’SND A LOWER 30’S. THIS IS A COLD AND FROSTY START. THE SUN IS SHINING IN THE CLOUDS WILL BE INCREASING THROUGHOUT THDAE Y. THE NEXT STORM SYSTEM WILL MOVE AND OVERNIGHT. CHECK EVERYTHING HOUR-BY-HOUR. DRY TODAY, UPPER 50’S TO NEAR 60’S. IT WILL NOT LAST. THE COLD FRONT WILL BE ON THE DOORSTEP BY MIDNIGHT. IT QUICKLYNG CES OVER TO ALL SNOW BY 7:00, 8:00 AM MOST OF US SEEMO T SWNO FALLING, THERE MAY BE SOME RAIN LINGENGRI ROSSAC LANCASTER COUNTY’S BEFORE CHANGING OVER TO SNOW. BY NOON, STILL SNOWING. THE SNOW WILL START TO TAPERN IN THE AFRNTEOON FROM NORTHWEST TO SOUTHEAST. THE WIND WILL REALLY PICK UP AND TURN COLDER. ONCE THE SNOW STOPS FOLLOWING, BLOWING AND DRIFTING SWNO WILL LIKELY BE A POSSIBILITY AS WE HEAD INTO TOMORROW EVENING AND NIGHT. HOW MUCH SNOW? 2-4 FOR OUR SOUTHEASTERN COUNTIES. OR-SIX FMRO GETTYSBURG, HARRISBURG AND INTO NORTH LEBANON COUNTIES. MIFFLIN, 6-10 INCHES WILL BE POSSIBLE UP NORTH WITH HIGHER TOTALS UP THERE. IT IS A TIMELINE. AFTER MIDNIGHT, RAIN CHANGES TO SNOW. TEMPERATURES ABOVE FREEZING. 8:00 AM UNTIL 1:00 MP, HEAVY SNOW. WIND INCREASES AND TEMPERATURES DROP INTO THE 20’S. 1:00 TOMORROW THROUGH 5:00 IN THE EVENING, SNOW LLWI TAPER. IT WILL BE WINDY AND COLD. TOMORROW EVENGNI AND NIGHT YOU CAN SEE GUSTS AS HHIG AS 40-50 MILES AN HOUR BLOWING THAT DRIFTING SNOW AND REDUCING VISIBILITY

Winter warnings and watches for much of Pennsylvania

A winter storm could bring a few inches of snow to south-central Pennsylvania on Saturday. “Tomorrow, rain to all snow in the morning. Then it’s cold and windy. Temperatures start off around the freezing mark in the morning and then drop into the 20s, and then once the snow stops, blowing and drifting snow will likely cause reduced visibilities, “said WGAL meteorologist Tiffany Savona.Watch Tiffany’s full forecast above.Winter storm timingToday will be dry with highs in the upper 50s to near 60 degrees. But it does not last.Rain moves in after midnight and quickly changes over to all snow by 7 am or 8 am There could be some lingering rain over eastern York and Lancaster counties at that time before it changes over there.The snow should taper Saturday afternoon from the northwest to southeast.Then the wind picks up and it turns colder.Wind chills could be in the single digits on Sunday morning.How much snow will we get? The projected snowfall accumulation map below shows what’s expected across the region. A wide range of totals are possible with higher amounts to the northwest and lower amounts to the southeast. || Download the WGAL app | Get location-based alerts | Closings and Delays ||

A winter storm could bring a few inches of snow to south-central Pennsylvania on Saturday.

“Tomorrow, rain to all snow in the morning. Then it’s cold and windy. Temperatures start off around the freezing mark in the morning and then drop into the 20s, and then once the snow stops, blowing and drifting snow will likely cause reduced visibilities , “said WGAL meteorologist Tiffany Savona.

Watch Tiffany’s full forecast above.

Winter storm timing

  • Today will be dry with highs in the upper 50s to near 60 degrees. But it does not last.
  • Rain moves in after midnight and quickly changes over to all snow by 7 am or 8 am There could be some lingering rain over eastern York and Lancaster counties at that time before it changes over there.
  • The snow should taper Saturday afternoon from the northwest to southeast.
  • Then the wind picks up and it turns colder.
  • Wind chills could be in the single digits on Sunday morning.

How much snow will we get?

The projected snowfall accumulation map below shows what’s expected across the region.

A wide range of totals are possible with higher amounts to the northwest and lower amounts to the southeast.

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