Friday snowstorm in south-central Pennsylvania: Check the hour-by-hour model

Friday snowstorm in south-central Pennsylvania: Check the hour-by-hour model

Friday’s snow storm arrives in south-central Pennsylvania: Check the latest hour-by-hour model

above us for a long period of time. I think it will snow for most of the day. You see it here on the forecaster stopping the clock at lunchtime. It’s not a dry spot around all the snow. Finally, as we head into the evening, especially around sunset, you will see a slight decrease in snowfall rates. Snow will continue to fall, but it won’t add much to the additional accumulation. There’s still some volatility, some chips flying until eight, nine, 10:00 at the latest. Then this system will be out of here tomorrow. So we turn our eyes to the wind. It’s going to be quite the buzz. We’re talking sustained winds of 15 to 25 mph, plus temperatures in the 20s. It will sting a little. This will be real cold air. Winds are still brisk Sunday morning, but the big blue high pressure will appear. This will help reduce the severity of the wind. By noon on Sunday. Music to our ears. Let’s take a look at our snow map here. Most locations will receive 2 to 4 inches with this storm. It’s the southern end of York-Lancaster counties toward Chester County and then south into Baltimore, where we can see some of the higher totals. Winter storm warnings have been posted to our south and east. The 10-day weather forecast indicates temperatures will rise after Sunday. We’re talking spring like temperatures here, around 40 degrees, and will probably get to closer to 50 degrees toward the end of next week. Now that comes with the rain sometimes. I cant see anything

Friday’s snow storm arrives in south-central Pennsylvania: Check the latest hour-by-hour model

We’ve published the latest hour-by-hour model operational and accumulation forecasts for today’s winter storm in south-central Pennsylvania. You can watch that above. Full forecast here. Winter Weather Widget We’ve put together this Winter Weather Widget to highlight all the weather features at your fingertips right on WGAL.com and on the WGAL App – iPhone | Google Play. 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 here. Road Closures: Our interactive traffic map is always updated to include 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. Alert Days vs. Impact Days You may hear the WGAL News 8 Storm Team highlight alert or impact days in the forecast. Here’s what that means: An impact day is a day marked by weather that will likely disrupt your daily schedule or routine. A day of alert is a day marked by the threat of severe, severe, and possibly life-threatening weather. Share your weather photos and videos We have several ways you can display your snow photos and videos. We may use them on air or online. Here’s how to participate: Direct Upload: There is a form here to allow you to upload photos or videos. Email: Just send to news8@wgal.com. Join our Facebook group: Our Facebook uLocal group here.

We’ve published the latest hour-by-hour model operational and accumulation forecasts for today’s winter storm in south-central Pennsylvania. You can watch that above.

Full forecast here.

Winter weather kit

We’ve put together this winter weather toolkit to highlight all the weather features at your fingertips right on WGAL.com And on the WGAL app – iPhone | Google Apps.

Stay aware of the weather

Days of alert versus days of influence

You may hear the WGAL News 8 Storm Team highlight alert days or impact the forecast. Here’s what that means:

  • An impact day is a day characterized by weather that will likely disrupt your daily schedule or routine.
  • A day of alert is a day marked by the threat of extreme, severe, and potentially life-threatening weather.

Share your weather photos and videos

We have several ways you can display your snow photos and videos. We may use them on air or online.

Here’s how to participate:

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