Snowstorm

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...
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...
An area of low pressure tracking just to our south will try to strengthen as it heads off the coast Thursday Night. This puts the entire state on the cold side of the storm, leading to our first true all-snow event, especially for Southern PA. Although the snow amounts anticipated will be on the rather light side, timing will be critical. We are expecting the snow to begin in the mid-afternoon hours out West and by the evening hours in Eastern PA. Because it will be very cold, the snow that does fall will stick to all surfaces and will quickly…MORE...

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