Josh's passion for weather began at a very young age. Experiencing tornado-warned supercells and major snowstorms in Eastern PA furthered his interest. He enjoyed creating hand-drawn forecasts of his own in his pre-teen years. By the time Josh was 12, he owned his first weather website and often posted forecasts for the Northeast US. At 13, he joined popular weather page based in York, PA, eventually parting ways in 2015. He then started Northeast Weather Action in 2015, and later decided to focus on his home state of Pennsylvania. Throughout the years, his fascination and knowledge in meteorology grew steadily. Josh is currently a junior in college and the owner of Pennsylvania Weather Action, LLC.

Final Call Snow & Ice Forecast for Monday Afternoon – Tuesday Morning’s Significant Winter Storm

With nearly all of the Lower 48 states experiencing below average temperatures, and some areas extremely below average, you would expect us to be predicting snow. That is not the case, as this low pressure system will move up the Appalachians, before transferring to a coastal low pressure over our heads. The transfer will be…

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Light Wintry Mix of Snow & Ice Expected Saturday Evening into Early Sunday Morning

One of the most active weather patterns in decades continues, as another small winter weather event looks likely Saturday evening into the early morning hours of Sunday. This storm will probably just be a warm-up for next week, as two potentially significant winter storms, each with the threat of widespread ice, look possible. We will…

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Snow Amounts Increased in Final Call Forecast for Tonight – Thursday Morning’s Snow Event

Much more of the state will be impacted by the snow coming late this evening into Thursday morning, as guidance has shifted north (shocking). Snow will move in from west to east after dinnertime, and continue through tonight before wrapping up around dawn Thursday. Moderate snow accumulation is expected, with highest amounts to be generally…

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Watching Early Next Week for a Potential Significant Winter Storm

We continue to watch the potential for a significant winter storm beginning Sunday afternoon, and possibly lasting all the way until Tuesday morning in parts of Pennsylvania. As model guidance starts to converge on a probable solution, we are entering the “this storm is actually happening” phase. We know that especially even more so recently,…

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First Call Snowfall Forecast for Monday Night into Tuesday’s Winter Storm

After going three weeks without any widespread winter weather to talk about in January, we are finally expecting a moderate winter storm. A weakening low pressure system coming from the Great Plains will bring a wintry mix of precipitation to the state, starting Monday evening and continuing into Tuesday for many. Travel disruptions are expected…

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