A winter storm is blowing through south-central Pennsylvania, dropping heavy snow

A winter storm is blowing through south-central Pennsylvania, dropping heavy snow

A winter storm is bearing down on south-central Pennsylvania, bringing heavy snowfall

Sponsored by Nevisville Plumbing, Heating and Cooling Services. Good morning. It’s a snow alert morning today due to the rate of snowfall, we have been seeing snow falling at a rate of 1 to 2 inches per hour and accumulating quickly and covering the roads. Even despite the temperatures. We were above freezing. Now, these temperatures have dropped to 30 degrees Celsius, and will remain constant. Look at the back edge of the snow here on LIVE LOCAL EIGHT, you can see it now just east of 99. Pretty soon it’s going to be closed in Lewistown, Chambersburg will be next. Then, by about 9:00, the snow line will reach Harrisburg. To the end, I think ten o’clock, 11:00. We’ve finally reached our easternmost county, so we have a few more hours, especially when it could be snowing heavily. So, our news team’s forecast for today’s eight storms calls for a morning temperature alert in the low 30s at 9:00. Still. But look at the high temperature this afternoon, 42 degrees. So anything that falls on the roads will melt quickly this afternoon with the help of sunshine and warmer temperatures. And then we have a strong 10 to 20 mph breeze to dry things off this evening. Temperatures will be at. Top 30s tonight. We’re falling below freezing, but the roads should be dry by then. There could be isolated snow showers coming from the Great Lakes with northwesterly winds. It will be easy. It’s going to be cold tonight. Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day. Partly sunny, breezy and cool. We’re not done with the wind yet. 10 to 20 mph. It will make those highs look like the upper 20s and low 30s tomorrow. Live in Gettysburg. In the square, you can see some snow-covered paths, but definitely snow-covered roads. So, please, if you can postpone travel, it’s a good idea to do so until later this morning. Early this afternoon. Look at the vision. Not only does heavy snow reduce visibility. But the breeze. It blows snow to obstruct your view. So we see visibility up to half a mile away in some locations. Your current temperatures are holding steady in the low 30s, but once the sun comes up this afternoon, we should be in the low 40s today, gusting to 10 to 20 mph. This will be the wind speed tonight. And tomorrow before those winds finally die down. Late tomorrow, the back edge of the snow is starting to approach us. Low pressure over Virginia, begins moving toward the sea. So this is a fast motor. But a heavy hitter. We are in the middle of snow now. So you can see on the forecast device around 9:00. I’m done with the western communities on the east side and still see. Snow will fall until approximately 11:00 at the latest. Then he withdraws this afternoon. We get some breaks from the sun, some of it continues to melt and then the roads dry up. When evening comes. Tonight, isolated snow showers, you probably won’t see much, tomorrow it looks good. We should see more sunshine. Second half of the day, but a cool night if you’re heading out for Valentine’s dinner on Thursday. Some scattered rain. Snow showers return wetter than white. With this system on Thursday, and it doesn’t look as strong as this one, so 2 to 5 inches higher is possible. This hike will really help you here. We could have a 5 to 8 strip from North Dauphin, North Lebanon to Schuylkill Counties. Here’s a look at the 10-day forecast. We have 38 on Wednesday and again on Saturday. Those. The two days will be the coldest of the 10 days. All things considered, towards the end of February. This isn’t too bad.

A winter storm is bearing down on south-central Pennsylvania, bringing heavy snowfall

A winter storm is dropping heavy, wet snow this morning across much of south-central Pennsylvania. This article contains the latest snowfall times, impacts, and forecasts: Snow Storm Today Snow will be heavy at times this morning, at a rate of 1-2 inches per hour. Traveling is difficult. PennDOT has already lowered speed limits on major roads. The snow should be gone by noon. Later today, it will be partly sunny and breezy. High temperatures will range between 40 and 44 degrees, so anything on the roads will melt quickly. There shouldn’t be any problems commuting in the afternoon/evening. The WGAL News 8 storm team has designated this morning as a warning period, meaning there may be a threat of severe, severe and potentially life-threatening weather. Snowfall amounts for the region will mostly reach 2-5 inches. There may be isolated areas of more than 5 inches, depending on the rate of snowfall. Download the WGAL app for updates — iPhone | Android. Stay Aware of Weather Radar: Track winter weather with WGAL’s interactive radar. Closings: Find out if schools, businesses, churches, or other organizations are closing or delaying. Location-Based Alerts: Instructions for activating our personalized weather alerts are available here. Road Closures: Our interactive traffic map is always updated with accidents, construction and road closures. It even has a weather radar overlay. EMAIL ALERTS: We’ll send you daily updates, or just alerts when there’s snow, sleet, or ice headed your way. Hour by Hour: Know what to expect each day with hourly forecasts Weekend Weather: Know what to expect before you make your plans. 10-DAY FORECAST: Check out WGAL’s extended forecast here.

A winter storm is dropping heavy, wet snow this morning across much of south-central Pennsylvania.

This article contains the latest snowfall times, impacts and forecasts:

Snow storm today

  • The snow will be heavy at times this morning at a rate of 1-2 inches per hour. Traveling is difficult. PennDOT has already lowered speed limits on major roads.
  • The snow should be gone by noon.
  • Later today, it will be partly sunny and breezy.
  • High temperatures will be 40-44 degrees, so anything on the roads will melt quickly.
  • There shouldn’t be any problems commuting in the afternoon/evening.

The WGAL News 8 Storm Team has designated this morning as a warning period, meaning there may be a threat of severe, severe and potentially life-threatening weather.

Snowfall amounts

  • Most of the space will get 2-5 inches.
  • There could be isolated areas of more than 5 inches, depending on the rate of snowfall.

Download the WGAL app for updates — iPhone | Android.

Stay aware of the weather

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