Winter weather advisory for parts of south-central Pa.

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Winter weather advisory issued for parts of south-central Pennsylvania



LET’S SPELL IT FOR YOU. HERE’S OUR NEWS 8 STORM TEAM FORECAST TODAY RISING CLOUDS OF MORNING. SO IT WAS CLEAR AT NIGHT. IT’S ICY OUTSIDE. IT IS NOW IN THE TWENTIES. I THINK IT WILL BE ABOUT 36 DEGREES BY NINE 10:00 AM. THIS AFTERNOON WILL BE A MIX OR SOME RAIN IN THE SOUTHEAST COUNTIES, SNOW, WEIR MIX, NORTHWEST. SO 40 DEGREES WILL BE HIGH FOR YOU TODAY. AND THAT’S GOOD NEWS BECAUSE SURFACE TEMPERATURE ROAD TEMPERATURE MUST BE ABOVE FREEDOM. THAT HAS LITTLE INFLUENCE ON OUR ROADS LATER THAT EVENING. RAIN IN THE SOUTH EAST AS WE SAY AND ANY SNOW YOU SEE WILL TRANSFER TO 8:09 PM. SO IT’S A SMALL WINDOW WHERE WE CAN SEE SOME SNOW AND IT MAY BUILD UP ON GRASS TONIGHT. CLOUDY SKY, RAIN ENDS LATE. THE GOOD NEWS IS WE STAY ABOVE THE FREE. SO I DON’T SEE ANY INFLUENCE ON THE ROADS AT NIGHT OR TOMORROW MORNING FOR TOMORROW’S RUN, MOSTLY CLOUDY, A LITTLE SPOTLESS SHOWER AROUND CAW AND TOMORROW, MILDER GETS 48 DEGREES, BECAUSE AFTER TOMORROW WE GO STRAIGHT BACK TO LOW UNITED WEATHER . CURRENTLY IN LANCASTER IT IS CLEAR. IT’S QUIET, IT’S COLD, 30 DEGREES, FROSTY BEGINNING IN NEW YORK, IT’S 23, 28 FOR HARRISBURG, 31, NOW IN CHAMBERSBURG WITH INCREASE CLOUDS. SO THAT’S THE THEME OF MORNING. CLOUDS APPEAR GRADUALLY FOR THIS MIXED WEATHER SYSTEM. SNOW IN THE MIDWEST, RAIN IN THE SOUTHEAST AND TENNESSEE VALLEY AND THAT LOW PRESSURE AREA ONLY GOES TO US SOUTHEAST TODAY. SO HERE’S WHAT THE FORECAST SHOWS. THE CLOUDS ARE GETTING THICKER FROM MORNING AFTER LUNCH TIME, AS EARLY AS 2PM, YOU COULD SEE A LITTLE RAIN OR LITTLE MIX COMING INTO THE SUSQUEHANNA VALLEY. I DO THINK IT REALLY STARTS AT 4 OR 5 PM AND OF COURSE THAT IS RIGHT DURING THE MORNING OR EVENING RUSH. SO YOU WILL SEE SOME SNOW TO THE WEST NORTH OF HARRISBURG, RAIN TO THE SOUTH EAST. AGAIN, THE ROAD TEMPERATURES ARE ABOVE THE FREEDOM AT THIS TIME. SO I AM NOT LOOKING FOR ANY WIDESPREAD ACCUMULATION ON THE ROADS SO LOW LEVEL, SO WARM THE ATMOSPHERE. LOOK AT THAT. EVERYONE GOES INTO THE RAIN AT 9PM. SO WE ARE REALLY TALKING ABOUT A THREE, MAYBE FOUR HOUR WINDOW WHERE A SINGLE PART OF THE AREA CAN SEE ONLY LIGHT SNOW TONIGHT AS WE AIM TOMORROW. THE STORM HAS LONG BEEN GIVEN. THEN WE GET THE WEEKEND IN THE FRESH OR COLDER AIR THURSDAY. HERE’S THE FORECAST. ESTIMATED SNOWFALL TOTALS AND PAGE TENCE TO THE BLUE. IF YOU LIVE IN THE COUNTY IN BLUE, YOU CAN BUILD SOMETHING IN THE GRASS. AND FOR MOST, WE’RE JUST TALKING ABOUT A COATING, PERHAPS UP TO ONE INCH IN HEIGHT. WILL NOT EXCLUDE EVEN A TWO INCH TOTAL ON THE SOUTH MOUNTAIN OR REALLY HIGH ELEVATIONS OF MIFFLIN COUNTY. THERE IS A LOOK AT YOUR TEN DAY FORECAST. WE KEPT THE COLD ALL WEEK. IF YOU TRAVEL FOR THANKSGIVING, THE NEXT WEEK WILL LOOK NICE DRY.

Winter weather advisory issued for parts of south-central Pennsylvania

The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for parts of south-central Pennsylvania. The advisory is in effect from today 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. for the following provinces. Adams County. Cumberland County. Franklin County. Perry County. Juniata County. Mifflin County. “We’re starting to see rain in southeastern counties and this afternoon it will snow west and northwest of Harrisburg. The heaviest precipitation will fall tonight. Rain in Lancaster County, Lebanon County, parts of York County, and a mix or snow elsewhere in the Susquehanna- valley, with little to no buildup on the roads,” said WGAL meteorologist Christine Ferreira. Snow may fall in many areas of the Susquehanna Valley during the evening rush hour, but again, significant road buildup is not expected. There can be a layer of up to 5 cm in the grass. Potential impact on travel from 3pm to 6pm: low. 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.: low. 9 p.m. to midnight: Low. .ALERTS: Download the WGAL app and receive traffic alerts on your phone.RADAR: See if the weather is affecting the roads.Impact DayThe WGAL News 8 Storm Team has declared today Impact Day. with weather reports likely to disrupt your normal daily schedule or routine.WGAL Weather ToolsRADAR: Track severe weather with WGAL’s interactive radar.LOCATION-BASED ALERTS: Activate our custom weather alerts.HOUR-BY-HOUR: See what to expect today with the hourly forecast . WEEKEND WEATHER: Know what to expect before making your plans. 10-DAY FORECAST: View WGAL’s comprehensive forecast here.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for parts of south-central Pennsylvania.

The advisory is in effect from today 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. for the following provinces.

    • Adam County.
    • Cumberland County.
    • Franklin province.
    • Perry County.
    • Juniata County.
    • Mifflin County.

“We will begin to see rain in southeastern counties, and snow will come west and northwest of Harrisburg this afternoon. The heaviest precipitation will fall tonight. It will rain in Lancaster County, Lebanon County, parts of York County, and a mix of snow elsewhere in the Susquehanna Valley, with little to no buildup on the roads,” said WGAL meteorologist Christine Ferreira.

Snow may fall in many areas of the Susquehanna Valley during the evening rush hour, but again, significant road buildup is not expected.

There may be a coating up to 2″ in the grass.

Potential travel effects

  • 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.: low.
  • 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.: low.
  • 9 p.m. to midnight: Low.
  • Overnight: none.

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Impact Day

The WGAL News 8 Storm Team has declared today Impact Day.

An impact day is a day with weather conditions that are likely to disrupt your normal daily schedule or routine.

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