For the past couple of weeks, Josh and I have been mentioning about what we thought would be the first legitimate shot of a Winter storm to hit the area this season, during the upcoming week. Fortunately for us, as we near closer to the time period, a storm does appear to be likely. Unfortunately,…Details
All the way back on the 8th of this month, we typed up a post suggesting the teleconnections favored a storm on Christmas week, specifically the 21st-28th. Now that we are much closer to that time period, all three major models now indicate a significant storm to impact the region between the 27th and 29th.…Details
The past several weeks have brought nothing but abundant warmth. Temperatures have reached the 60s and even low 70s across much of PA both Saturday and Sunday. But we knew that at some point winter had to show up. A deep trough will move into the Eastern…Details
Let me make this clear, we are not guaranteeing a Christmas week Snowstorm, however in the month of December, Christmas week ironically gives us the best opportunity for our area to receive snowfall. For the past month or so, our region has experienced above average temperatures which will continue for at least the next days…Details
A ridge partnered with high pressure will continue to rule our weather this week. Dry conditions will occur and highs will be on the increase two or three degrees each day leading to temperatures in the 50s to near 60 on Friday. A low pressure will then…Details
With temperatures currently hitting the upper 40s to 50s, we are all wondering where old man winter is. Especially because the next 10 days will likely be just as warm heading into Mid-December. However it appears winter will begin to set it around the 17th-20th. What is leading us to predict…Details
High pressure will rule this weekend’s weather, prohibiting any precipitation from entering the state. Temperatures will be near to slightly above normal. Highs in the 40s with lows in the upper 20s and lower 30s. Below is our Exclusive Futurecast Temperatures Video for both Saturday and Sunday.
Although December will be on the warm and wet side, things will likely be much different by February as explained in our winter outlook. So for all you snow lovers who need some hope, we thought we would share this clip from the February 2010 Blizzard.
Video courtesy TWC Interactive (weather.com). No copyright infringement intended.
A cold front will sweep through Tonight bringing light or even moderate snow to much of the state into Thursday Morning. Lake effect snow showers will then setup in Northwestern PA, down through the Laurel Highlands. Snow accumulations of one to as much as three inches are likely. Here is the latest snowfall forecast map…Details
A low pressure system will move through the area, spreading rain throughout the entire state Tuesday into Wednesday. Rain will begin to move out Wednesday Afternoon and Evening west to east, followed by a cold front Wednesday Night. By Thursday scattered snow showers will be around Western and Northern PA. A light snow accumulation of…Details