Josh's passion for weather began at a very young age. Experiencing tornado-warned supercells and major snowstorms in Eastern PA furthered his interest. He enjoyed creating hand-drawn forecasts of his own in his pre-teen years. By the time Josh was 12, he owned his first weather website and often posted forecasts for the Northeast US. At 13, he joined popular weather page based in York, PA, eventually parting ways in 2015. He then started Northeast Weather Action in 2015, and later decided to focus on his home state of Pennsylvania. Throughout the years, his fascination and knowledge in meteorology grew steadily. Josh is currently a freshman in college and the owner of Pennsylvania Weather Action, LLC.

Significant Snow & Ice Storm Expected Friday Afternoon into Saturday

An updated forecast has since been posted, please click this link to view the update >>> Second Call Forecast Link A messy winter storm is expected beginning Friday Afternoon, continuing into Saturday Afternoon. After a warm day Thursday, a low pressure will move through Southeast PA Friday. There will be a tight gradient in precipitation…

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Brutal Wind Chills to Cause School Delays/Closings Friday

A potentially record breaking cold morning is expected Friday morning after Thursday’s coastal storm wraps up. The coastal storm will help produce even colder conditions than we are experiencing now with much windier conditions. Take a look at the incredibly cold pool of air centering right over Pennsylvania Friday morning:  Temperatures will struggle to get…

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FINAL CALL: Quick-Hitting Snow to Impact Area This Evening into Thursday Morning

Snow is already falling across Western PA, and will move east as the evening progresses. By 8-9 PM, snow will overspread all of Central PA. This is when travel conditions will begin to deteriorate in areas like State College, Altoona, Chambersburg, Harrisburg, and up the river into Williamsport. Visibility will be reduced to under a…

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Warm Start to December, Then Harsh Winter Pattern Sets In; Snow Likely Before Christmas

Do you remember the last two Decembers? If not, here’s a short description: Foggy, Rainy, October-like weather. While areas of Northern PA did alright in the snow department, it was an absolute nightmare for snow lovers south of i-80. Many locations in Southern PA recorded absolutely no snow the entire month. Back in December 2015,…

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Southwest PA Town-By-Town 2017-2018 Winter Snowfall Totals Outlook

This winter, Southwest PA can expect below average temperatures in December, with average temperatures in January and February, followed by below average temperatures in March. We anticipate winter to get off to an early start with a cold, snowy month of December. January and February will likely bring quite a few rain/snow/ice mix events. An…

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Northwest PA Town-By-Town 2017-2018 Winter Snowfall Totals Outlook

This winter, Northwest PA can expect below average temperatures in December, with average temperatures in January and February, followed by below average temperatures in March. We anticipate winter to get off to an early start with a cold, snowy month of December. Lake Erie may be frozen by early January, ending the lake effect season…

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Northeast PA Town-By-Town 2017-2018 Winter Snowfall Totals Outlook

This winter, Northeast PA can expect below average temperatures in December, with slightly above average temperatures in January and February, followed by below average temperatures in March. We anticipate winter to get off to an early start with a cold, snowy month of December. A mid-winter thaw is then expected in January, possibly into February.…

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Southeast PA Town-By-Town 2017-2018 Winter Snowfall Totals Outlook

This winter, Southeast PA can expect below average temperatures in December, with slightly above average temperatures in January and February, followed by below average temperatures in March. We anticipate winter to get off to an early start with a cold, snowy month of December. A mid-winter thaw is then expected in January, possibly into February,…

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Official 2017-2018 Winter Outlook & Town-By-Town Snowfall Totals

It is already well into November, which means it is time for our Official 2017-2018 Winter Outlook. The weather has corresponded well this week, with many areas receiving their first snowflakes already, and for some, their first accumulating snowfall! Below is the scientific explanation of our winter outlook as well as maps displaying temperature departures we…

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