The National Weather Service is issuing wind warnings for parts of Pennsylvania.

Winds will likely reach 50 mph today in south-central Pennsylvania

Now the WGAL NEWS 8 STORM team’s forecast with Chief Meteorologist Joe Calhoun. There is still some rain there and also a wind warning affecting the afternoon. But I think things will start to ease up. Look around Denver to parts of Berks County. The showers went by very quickly. There were gusty winds outside, and there had been a few sounds of thunder earlier. But again, things started to settle down. We’ve gotten some pictures from some viewers of some rainbows with some of these showers here. Storms. 35 in Carlisle, Lancaster, with speeds reaching 28 mph. Not up to advisory standards. It should be over 40 mph. But still, you know, the weather services are taking some caution out there and issued this advisory earlier today. Temperatures are still very mild, into the 50s, if not near 60.54 now. Look at that blue sky. Things are clearing up behind this front on the YORK SKY camera now, in New York with a W wind of 54 at 12 and the storms have settled. So, again, I expect these winds to continue and stabilize. It’s still a bit windy for the next couple of hours if you’re heading out for a restaurant week this evening, or it’ll also calm down as the sky clears. This is a cold front, bringing some cold air, rain, and perhaps a little wintry mix, especially in the mountains northwest of Harrisburg. I don’t think there will be a problem with temperatures tomorrow reaching 32 degrees near 40 degrees. Most of the day. I think it gets hot late in the day. I’m telling you, there’s going to be a big difference in how you feel tomorrow than how you feel on Thursday. I think we got to about 70 on Thursday. Wind generation today is about a six on a scale of 1 to 10, solar generation is about the same today. Lower with clouds appearing tomorrow. This is the line of rain that comes through. You see, most of them moved east. Temperatures are a little cooler in the 30s over northwest Pennsylvania while we sit here near 60. And that cold air is coming at us during the evening hours. Let us make time for you again. We will continue to drop into the 40s this evening into the 30s tonight. Now the warm front will come through, but we will be on the cold side of it tomorrow. Kind of right. Some sort of precipitation in the morning and afternoon. Kind of raw temps in the 40s and then we warm it up. Yes, it looks like we’ll have tomorrow, although it’s a bit of a tough day. A good day for Restaurant Week. You’ll have a cup of really cold somewhere and you’ll enjoy some showers tomorrow evening. There could still be a morning shower I think on Thursday. Then we get some sun. Look at that. It reaches nearly 70 degrees. But we’re back in the 40s again on Friday with gusty winds making it feel colder and downright chilly despite the sunshine.

Winds will likely reach 50 mph today in south-central Pennsylvania

A cold front is expected to bring stormy weather to south-central Pennsylvania today. Continuous westerly wind speeds range from 20 to 30 miles per hour, and wind speeds may reach 50 miles per hour. The National Weather Service has issued wind warnings from 1pm to 7pm Tuesday for the following Susquehanna Valley counties (see map below): Adams County Cumberland County Dauphin County Franklin County Juniata County Lancaster County Lebanon County Mifflin County Perry County York County Select WGAL Team News 8 Storm today as Impact Day. An impact day is a day characterized by weather that will likely disrupt your daily schedule or routine. WGAL Radar Weather Widgets: Track severe weather with WGAL’s interactive radar. Location-Based Alerts: Activate our personalized weather alerts. Hour by Hour: See what you can expect today with our hourly weather forecast. Weekend Weather: Know what to expect before you make your plans. 10-DAY FORECAST: Check out WGAL’s extended forecast here. Get severe weather alerts sent to your phoneiPHONE: Download the WGAL app in the App Store.Android: Download the WGAL app on Google Play. Video below: Caught on camera – dog fighting a shark.

A cold front is expected to bring stormy weather to south-central Pennsylvania today. Continuous westerly wind speeds range from 20 to 30 miles per hour, and wind speeds may reach 50 miles per hour.

The National Weather Service issued wind advisories from 1 pm to 7 pm Tuesday for the following Susquehanna Valley counties (see map below):

  • Adams County
  • Cumberland County
  • Dauphin County
  • Franklin County
  • Juniata County
  • Lancaster County
  • Lebanon Province
  • Mifflin County
  • Perry County
  • York County
Wind warnings will be in effect for much of Pennsylvania on Tuesday.

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It will be windy in the afternoon in parts of Pennsylvania.

The WGAL News 8 Storm team has designated today as Impact Day. An impact day is a day characterized by weather that will likely disrupt your daily schedule or routine.

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