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 freshman in college and the owner of Pennsylvania Weather Action, LLC.

Severe Storms Packing Damaging Winds, Large Hail, and Isolated Tornadoes Likely Wednesday

Severe thunderstorms will pop-up Wednesday Afternoon ahead of an organized line anticipated to move through by the late afternoon and evening depending on location. The NWS Storm Prediction Center has now expanded the Slight Risk to cover the entire state. There is the possibility of an Enhanced Risk being warranted across Southern PA. We expect…

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RAW VIDEO: A Tornado on the Ground Near Scranton, PA

A tornado-warned supercell thunderstorm near Scranton, PA in the area of Pittston produced what has been ruled the strongest tornado in Pennsylvania history for the month of February with winds of 120 MPH. Here is the video, check it out!   This #tornado occurred this afternoon near Dupont, #Pennsylvania. Video: Jolene Ann Airwyke-Rose pic.twitter.com/c7xyV55Vdz —…

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Snowfall Forecast For Significant Lake Effect and Upslope Snow Event

A strong cold front will move through the area Thursday, reactivating the lake effect snow machine. Snow will begin across Western PA Thursday Night, with the heaviest snow likely Friday. Pittsburgh will see about 2-4″ of snow, with its northern suburbs picking up 4-6″. The Laurel Highlands, especially around Somerset and Johnstown, will benefit from…

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FINAL CALL For Significant Snow & Ice Storm Tonight into Saturday

There is now the threat of a widespread ice storm in Central and Western Pennsylvania. While upper levels warm Saturday Morning, moderate precipitation will continue in many areas with surface temperatures well below freezing. Deep valleys will hang on to cold air the longest Saturday, with some areas not reaching the freezing mark until mid-afternoon.…

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