FEBRUARY 2016 WEATHER OUTLOOK: A WILD RIDE

        January and December were two completely different months for us here in the Northeast weather-wise. December might as well have been named October, with record breaking warmth including days reaching 70 degrees. January however, was a much different story. We predicted below average temperatures and that’s exactly what occurred. Also, one…

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Potentially Historic Snowstorm to Impact Parts of PA, Down to DC

        We will begin by mentioning the stated amounts are very broad, and WILL need to be adjusted as we move closer to the storm. How much adjustment? That all depends on coming model runs. Models today have been consistent, once again indicating a major snowstorm and even blizzard with the exception of…

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Significant Winter Storm Likely Friday, Major Snow Potential

AN UPDATED ARTICLE HAS NOW BEEN POSTED REGARDING THIS POTENTIALLY CRIPPLING STORM >>> https://paweatheraction.com/potentially-crippling-winter-storm-friday-into-saturday         With storm after storm this season, it has been all about what the system could have produced instead of what it did produce, which has often been rain. Why is that? We have had little to no…

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First Accumulating Snowfall of the Season For Many Tuesday Afternoon Into Wednesday Morning

A clipper system is targeting our region beginning late Tuesday Afternoon for our Western Counties and late Tuesday Night for our far Eastern Counties, and will be out of here by mid-morning Wednesday for all of us. Here is the GFS valid Tuesday Night:  Many of us will receive a period of light snowfall for…

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