Pennsylvania Fall Foliage Report #1: September 24th – 30th, 2020; Latest Expected Peak Dates

Recent abnormally cold mornings combined with warm, sunny days and the dry conditions much of the state is experiencing have caused our fall foliage season to run a week ahead of schedule, as expected. While changes are just beginning for most of us, some parts of Pennsylvania are already nearing peak colors. Areas including the…

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Record-Challenging Cold Air Intrusion Likely In Eastern US to Begin October; How Cold Will It Get?

After various locations in Pennsylvania tied or set record low temperatures just a few days ago, another round of potentially record-cold is expected after the turn of the month. This upcoming period of cold air however, looks to last much longer. Below average temperatures are anticipated for at least a week straight, starting October 1st.…

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First Frost Or Freeze Likely For Parts of PA Saturday & Sunday AM; See Low Temperatures Around PA

Temperatures are cooling down earlier than normal this year. In fact, we are about two to three weeks ahead of schedule with this first freeze. In this article we will cover Saturday and Sunday morning lows, and will have an article out Sunday covering Monday and Tuesday morning forecast lows. Monday morning is expected to…

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2020 Fall Foliage Peak Dates Forecast for Areas Across Pennsylvania!

With temperatures cooling and crisp, chilly mornings becoming more common, our fall foliage season is soon to begin! This is something to be excited about, as Pennsylvania has a longer and more varied fall foliage season than anywhere else in the world! Plus, it gives us something to do outside after such a rough year…

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Daily Forecast for Wednesday, September 16th, 2020: Hurricane Sally Makes Strong Landfall Near AL/FL Line

We are waking up to another chilly morning with temperatures in the low 40s in most areas. Highs today will reach the 70s, with mostly sunny skies dominating the area as high pressure sits just off the coast. However, smoke from the western wildfires will continue to make our skies hazy. Hurricane Sally has made…

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