Final Call

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 our southern counties, precipitation may start off as some rain showers, before transitioning to snow. Below is the GFS showing a push of rain and snow into the area by 10 PM tonight:  After midnight, most areas will be experiencing some steady wet snow, with…MORE...
A significant snowstorm is less than 12 hours away from impacting the area. Temperatures across the state are currently in the 30s and 40s for the northwest half of the state and 40s and 50s for the southeast half of the state. Temperatures will continue to drop throughout the evening hours as a cold front passes through the state setting the stage for a significant snowstorm. Latest trends have been suggesting heavier precip and a bit farther northwest, which could lead to a warmer start for far southern pa and the result of that would be a longer period of…MORE...
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 and/or wet snow later in the day Monday as the Nor’easter begins to really crank off the coast. To all those weather enthusiasts out there, sit back and enjoy this storm. The radar will be lit up Tomorrow Afternoon and Evening with just about every…MORE...
Only slight changes have been made to Tomorrow’s forecast, but overall the general theme remains the same. This will not be a big event. The precipitation that falls Tomorrow will be on the light side and any accumulations of snow and/or ice will be light as well. Timing: Precipitation will begin in Western PA in the mid-morning hours Tomorrow and then around lunchtime for Central and Eastern PA. The precipitation may start off as a brief period of snow, especially farther north in pa, before changing to sleet and freezing rain later in the afternoon. We expect everyone to change…MORE...
What looked to be a near miss for Southeast PA a couple days ago, now looks like a moderate snowfall event, with significant to even major totals along the coast. Over the last 36-48 hours, there has been a consistent Northwest trend with how far the snow bands extend Northwest into PA. With that said, we have upgraded and pushed our zones farther Northwest into PA from our previous call last night. Below is the latest RGEM valid 1 PM Tomorrow Afternoon, representing the shift Northwest well: FINAL CALL SNOW TOTALS Timing: The snow will begin between 5 am and…MORE...

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