Final Call Snowfall Forecast For Friday Morning’s Snow

We hope everyone is enjoying this beautiful Thursday afternoon because the weather is about to change…fast. From temperatures in the 50s and 60s, to accumulating snow within a 12 hour period is pretty impressive and that is exactly what we are anticipating going into the overnight hours. Because surface temperatures are so warm, especially for…


RAW VIDEO: Dangerous Squall Passes Through The State College Area

As a forecaster, snow squalls are one of the most dangerous weather phenomenons we have to forecast. You can go from a perfectly calm day, to blizzard conditions within a couple minutes, putting motorists at extreme risk. Today, unfortunately there has been many reports of accidents across the state. One of the hardest hit areas…


Severe Storms Packing Damaging Winds, Large Hail, and Isolated Tornadoes Likely Wednesday

Severe thunderstorms will pop-up Wednesday Afternoon ahead of an organized line anticipated to move through by the late afternoon and evening depending on location. The NWS Storm Prediction Center has now expanded the Slight Risk to cover the entire state. There is the possibility of an Enhanced Risk being warranted across Southern PA. We expect…


RAW VIDEO: A Tornado on the Ground Near Scranton, PA

A tornado-warned supercell thunderstorm near Scranton, PA in the area of Pittston produced what has been ruled the strongest tornado in Pennsylvania history for the month of February with winds of 120 MPH. Here is the video, check it out!   This #tornado occurred this afternoon near Dupont, #Pennsylvania. Video: Jolene Ann Airwyke-Rose —…


Winter Storm Possible Wednesday Night into Thursday

View our First Call Forecast for this Significant Winter Storm by clicking this link Parts of Southern PA have yet to receive a plow-able snowfall this winter. However, a sneaky system will rapidly develop Wednesday as cold airĀ flows in. We are looking at the potential for several inches of snow Wednesday Night – Thursday Morning…


Snowfall Forecast For Significant Lake Effect and Upslope Snow Event

A strong cold front will move through the area Thursday, reactivating the lake effect snow machine. Snow will begin across Western PA Thursday Night, with the heaviest snow likely Friday. Pittsburgh will see about 2-4″ of snow, with its northern suburbs picking up 4-6″. The Laurel Highlands, especially around Somerset and Johnstown, will benefit from…


Final Call Forecast for Monday’s Powerful Nor’easter

We are now within 12-24 hours before the region feels the impacts from Tomorrow’s Nor’easter. Winter Storm Watches have been issued for Northcentral and Northeastern PA with Wind Advisories in Southeast PA. Guidance has trended colder since our first call last night. This puts many more locations under the gun for a changeover to sleet…