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We are now just several hours away from a crippling blizzard that will bury places with a widespread 1 to even 2 feet of snow. We cannot stress enough that you do not want to be driving in this storm at any point Tomorrow.
Here are the latest watches and warnings from the NWS. Blizzard Warnings are up across much of Eastern PA.
The snow will start 10 PM to 1 AM south to north. Below is the HRRR valid 12 AM tonight showing the first snow bands entering southern pa:
The snow quickly begins to intensify and by 3 AM much of the state is dealing with a moderate to heavy snowfall:
As the coastal low begins to rapidly intensify, heavy snow will continue for the eastern half of PA throughout the whole morning. This is why these locations will experience more snowfall. Below is the HRRR valid 7 AM Tomorrow:
Heavy snow will continue over the eastern half of pa through noontime, with light to moderate snow continuing through noontime for the western half of PA. The snow will begin to taper off as we head into the afternoon hours Tomorrow. Below is the NAM valid 2 PM:
FINAL CALL SNOW FORECAST FOR TOMORROW’S CRIPPLING BLIZZARD
Timing: Snow will begin 10 PM to 1 AM from south to north. The snow will be steady and heavy through noontime before tapering off by the afternoon hours.
Area A: Snow accumulations of 18-24″ with blizzard conditions expected. Isolated amounts to 30″ are possible.
Area B: Snow accumulations of 12-18″ with near-blizzard conditions at times.
Area C: Snow accumulations of 8-12″ are expected within this area.
Area D: Snow accumulations of 5-8″ are expected within this area.
Area E: Snow accumulations of 3-5″ are expected within this area.
Area F: Snow accumulations of 1-3″ are expected within this area.
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