Another day of scattered strong to severe thunderstorms is on tap, as the Storm Prediction Center has placed much of Eastern PA under a Marginal Risk. Storm timing will be 2-5 PM in Southcentral and Northeast PA, and 4-7 PM in Southeast PA. Temperatures will be near average state-wide.
A hot and humid day is expected today with the chance for pop up isolated thunderstorms across the state. Most locations will remain dry.
Today we experienced a taste of what’s to come in the next week, and possibly beyond. Temperatures in the 90s to near 100 degrees combined with dew points in the 70s will push the heat index into the 100s for many populated areas across the state. Originally we thought the worst of the heat would…Details
This week has gotten off to a refreshing start weather-wise, with highs around 80 in much of the state. Enjoy it now, because another round of scorching temperatures is on the way. Friday will be noticeably warmer, but the worst of the heat won’t set in until the weekend. Temperatures in the 90s, accompanied by…Details
Torrential rain training over Ellicott City, MD and surrounding areas has caused flash flooding on Main Street in the city. Extensive damage has already been done and heavy rain bands are still over the region as of 7:10 PM. Videos can from the scene can be viewed below. WARNING: Explicit Language
Much of Central and Eastern Pennsylvania was hit by an intense line of storms Tuesday. A video from Beach Lake, PA shows the incredible damage done by straight line winds of 115 MPH.
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Another round of storms is likely today, this time in Eastern and Central PA. The SPC has put much of Eastern PA and eastern parts of Northcentral PA under an enhanced risk today. Central PA is under a slight risk, with a marginal risk in western parts of the state. Below is a table explaining…Details
A line of potentially severe storms will track through parts of Ohio and into southwestern PA, the Laurel Highlands, and possibly Southcentral PA. TIMING Pittsburgh, Washington, Waynesburg – 3:00 PM Johnstown, Somerset, Uniontown – 4:00 PM Bedford, Southern Blair County, McConnellsburg – 5:00 PM Chambersburg, Gettysburg – 6:00 PM FUTURE RADAR Here is the Storm Prediction…Details
After a very long winter, we are finally getting a warm and dry period this weekend. Highs will run 10-20 degrees above average thanks to a system northwest of us bringing up warm air from the south. Temperatures will be well into the 70s across many areas Friday. Here are the projected highs for Friday:…Details
Totals are on the increase for this rare April snow event. Due to this primarily being a night event, the sun angle will not have much of an impact. Also, this will be very heavy snow. And as we learned last event, heavy snow can accumulate despite the warm temperatures in the previous days. This…Details
This is not an April fools’ joke, we are tracking more accumulating snow for the Sunday night into Monday morning time period. The good news is, all Easter outdoor activities will not be impacted. While it is not often our area receives snow this time of year, when we do, timing and intensity of the…Details
A long duration major Springtime winter storm will impact our area beginning tomorrow morning and will last through Wednesday evening. In our first call yesterday, we mentioned the potential for this scenario to play out if the secondary low pressure that develops off the Carolina coast takes a track closer to the coast. Model data…Details
Since our first call yesterday afternoon, model guidance has trended west with the precipitation for our coastal storm. While this does increase snow totals for many people, areas in far Southeast Pennsylvania might have their totals trimmed down. As a result of the west trend, the storm system will be warmer for these areas. Mixing…Details
A mix of clouds and sunshine is expected today with temperatures in the 30s and 40s. We continue to watch a coastal storm system that has the potential to make an impact for many areas in our region especially across Eastern Pennsylvania. As of this morning, the National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm…Details
We are tracking a strong nor’easter that will impact our area tomorrow into Friday. Heavy rain, heavy snow, and strong winds are all on the playing field with this storm system. All areas will begin as rain Thursday. As temperatures cool off, areas in Northern and Western Pennsylvania will begin to change over to snow…Details