Another day, but the same story. A chance for on and off heavy rain showers across the state today with the best chance being across Eastern Pennsylvania. Some areas across Central Pennsylvania have now received a record shattering 10-14″+ of rainfall since Saturday alone. Any additional rainfall today will once again cause significant to major…Details
Moderate to heavy batches of rain will continue to move through the state, especially in the Susquehanna Valley. Today unfortunately may put many creeks into flood stage. When approaching a flooded roadway, turn around, don’t drown! At this point even if it looks like the water is only a few inches deep, you never know…Details
Today will be very similar to yesterday’s weather with scattered showers and thunderstorms. The towns that do receive these thunderstorms will experience heavy downpours leading to the potential of flash flooding. Below is a look at the future radar for 5:00 PM to show the scattered nature of these showers and thunderstorms. For the latest…Details
We have adjusted our rainfall forecast map based on the prevalent western trend with today’s coastal low pressure. Higher amounts of 4-6″ of rain are now likely back into Central PA, and remain likely in Eastern PA. Keep in mind not all of this will fall today, but a solid 2-3″ and locally 4″ will.…Details
Enjoy the morning hours today because by the time we reach the afternoon hours, many of us especially in Eastern and Central Pennsylvania will be dealing with a steady soaking rain. If you have any outdoor plans this afternoon, it is highly recommended to have a plan B. Areas in Western Pennsylvania will miss the…Details
Hopefully you’ve been able to take advantage of the fantastic weather the past few days, because a wet next week is on tap for the state. Most days will not be a washout, but showers and storms will roam the area frequently until next Friday. Moderate to locally heavy rainfall can be expected across the…Details
Take advantage of today’s nice weather, because the next several days will be rain-filled and gloomy. Highs today will be near average, with most locations in the 80s. A stray shower or storm is possible in Northwest PA this evening. Here is your daily forecast in graphic form, have a good Friday!
A mostly sunny day is expected for today with high temperatures in the 70s and 80s across the board. The next real chance for any rain and thunderstorms will not arrive until Saturday. If you appreciate our work and would like to help us out, join our patron page today by clicking here>>>Our Patron page!Details
Another day of scattered strong to severe thunderstorms is on tap, as the Storm Prediction Center has placed much of Eastern PA under a Marginal Risk. Storm timing will be 2-5 PM in Southcentral and Northeast PA, and 4-7 PM in Southeast PA. Temperatures will be near average state-wide.
A hot and humid day is expected today with the chance for pop up isolated thunderstorms across the state. Most locations will remain dry.
Today we experienced a taste of what’s to come in the next week, and possibly beyond. Temperatures in the 90s to near 100 degrees combined with dew points in the 70s will push the heat index into the 100s for many populated areas across the state. Originally we thought the worst of the heat would…Details
This week has gotten off to a refreshing start weather-wise, with highs around 80 in much of the state. Enjoy it now, because another round of scorching temperatures is on the way. Friday will be noticeably warmer, but the worst of the heat won’t set in until the weekend. Temperatures in the 90s, accompanied by…Details
Torrential rain training over Ellicott City, MD and surrounding areas has caused flash flooding on Main Street in the city. Extensive damage has already been done and heavy rain bands are still over the region as of 7:10 PM. Videos can from the scene can be viewed below. WARNING: Explicit LanguageDetails
Much of Central and Eastern Pennsylvania was hit by an intense line of storms Tuesday. A video from Beach Lake, PA shows the incredible damage done by straight line winds of 115 MPH. Watch the video here and share what non-tornadic winds can do by clicking the blue button at the bottom of your screen.Details