Winter Likely to Start Early With Pattern Flip Mid-Late November

November and December of 2015 were anything but winter-like. Highs regularly in the 50s, even low 60s with constant morning fog typical of early fall was experienced. On Christmas, temperatures were in the 60s. To sum it all up, it was a winter-lover’s nightmare. This was thanks to the strongest El Nino in recorded history.…


First Accumulating Snowfall of Season Likely in Northern Pennsylvania

Moderately accumulating snowfall in October is relatively rare here in Pennsylvania. However, the current pattern is favorable for wintry weather. A low pressure system will travel just north of Pennsylvania Wednesday Evening into Thursday Afternoon. It will run into cold air across Northern Pennsylvania, with temperatures in the upper 20s during the onset of the…


First Frosts and Freezes of the Season Likely Monday Night

Frost advisories have been issued for much of the Northern Mountain Region down into the Laurel Highlands for tonight. Freeze watches have already been issued for Monday Night as temperatures could drop as low as the upper 20s. Tonight, lows will sink to near 32 across the Northern Appalachian Mountains and Laurel Highlands with mid…


Frosts & Freezes Likely Early Next Week Across the Area

The dramatic realization has arrived. Summer is done, and the chill of Fall is setting in. Average first freeze dates range from Early October in the Northern PA and Allegheny Mountain Ranges to mid-November in Philadelphia. A trough will plunge into the Eastern US this weekend, not only bringing cold air but also kicking Matthew…


Hurricane Matthew to Level Florida’s East Coast Beaches, Devastation Imminent 

Although Pennsylvania and surrounding states will escape Hurricane Matthew’s brutal impact, the same cannot be said for the Southeast Coast. As many of you know by now, a serious situation is about to unfold for the residents that live along the Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina Coast-line. Devastating impacts will be felt. Many of these…