Saturday

While many of us are enjoying the abnormally warm weather for this time of year, we are tracking a potent cold front that will be pushing across the state during the day Tomorrow. It currently stands that Central and Eastern PA will have a more likely chance of experiencing these strong to severe storms Tomorrow due to it occurring¬†later in the day. Western PA will be first to be hit by the cold front, anywhere between 5 AM and 8 AM, this will lead to downpours and possibly a rumble of thunder. Because it is occurring early in the morning…MORE...
Before we go into the discussion about Saturday’s light snowfall, we are also tracking very mild air that will overspread the state Tomorrow. There is the potential for some areas to reach and/or surpass all-time high temperatures for January 12th. Many locations will reach the middle 50s, with some areas even reaching the lower 60s! Impressive for the middle of January to say the least. GFS model projected high temperatures for Tomorrow: A cold front will then quickly push through the state from the Northwest to the Southeast overnight Thursday and into early Friday Morning. This will lead to more…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...
Light snow has officially begun in parts of Western PA this afternoon, and will continue to overspread the state as we progress into the evening hours. Although the snow amounts anticipated will be on the rather light side, timing will be critical. Because it is very cold, the snow that does fall will stick to all surfaces and will quickly add up. Our biggest concern right now is for Southeastern PA where it looks like the snow may linger into the morning rush hour Friday Morning. FINAL CALL FORECAST TONIGHT INTO TOMORROW MORNING Our only big change from our first…MORE...

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