Two chances of snow over the next few days in south-central PA

Two chances of snow over the next few days in south-central PA

Two chances of snow in the next few days in south-central Pennsylvania

Help you get the facts. I'm Jackie DeFusco. Now, the WGAL NEWS EIGHT STORM team's forecast with meteorologist TJ SPRINGER. The wind was the big story on Saturday. It was an emotional and howling day. So, if you've been out and about, you've definitely noticed it. But we are slowly starting to feel the wind die down. There have been some gusts approaching 50 mph today. That includes D.C., our highest wind speed since midnight, 30 mph. We had a storm surge at 45 at its peak here in Carlisle today. York, just over 30 mph at 32. So the winds will be blowing tonight, but they'll slowly ease or calm down before they pick up again tomorrow with that strong arctic front moving in, we could still see some snow showers there being picked up by the live radar network For the STORM team. With some energy, so to speak, aloft as the upper low continues to work its way north and east. But we're not done with the wind and snow yet. We have this cold front. This is the front that could give us the potential for some blizzards or a nice line of snow as it moves across the valley tomorrow, making it an impactful day again. We're quiet in Red Rose City, at least, so to speak, as far as rainfall is concerned. It's still windy there. We're taking a quick look at some of the downtown areas to the east, trying to see those clouds breaking in little by little. However, we'll still call it mostly cloudy. This evening, with temperatures dropping into the upper to mid 30s. You'll feel like you're in your teens and twenties, so step out with a blazer if you have any reason to head outside. Tonight we will be back around 30 below a mix of clouds and stars for our day tomorrow. Beware of snow storms, especially during the morning. I think we will be out of here by lunchtime as the front moves to the east. Then we will see more sunlight behind it. But it will be windier and colder, with highs only in the mid to upper 30s. We arrived at 49. It was the middle of the night. Since then, we have fallen to our lowest low of 39 so far during the day. But that will likely be adjusted as temperatures drop here late tonight and then rain arrives. We have officially picked up 3,500 cars from the airport. I have to say our low temperature, the current temperature in Selinsgrove is freezing. We have 34 in Gettysburg 36. Current temperature here in Lancaster. The same goes for those of you in Carlisle. It's 34. In Gettysburg, you can see the wind chill overnight in the 20s, but I know there's going to be some spots to the north and west that will probably be in the teens, so you'll definitely need a heavier coat if you're heading out early tomorrow and it's going to be a wintry day, so Although there is a little bit of warmth before that the front forecast will show that to be evident for a little while, but watch what happens as we head through the morning. Tomorrow, we'll start to see clouds rolling in, and here's that front, and you can see some snow, some heavier snow, some snow flurries. It will definitely slide to the south and east. You can see it moving quickly, but it can reduce visibility significantly as it slides through and can cause a bit of snow to fall before it's all said and done. So, if you are traveling, you will want to stay informed about the weather beyond that. High pressure is starting to settle and we will get some sunshine back by Sunday afternoon. As far as snow falling again, I think maybe a quick layer of up to a half inch is on the table. It will be cold there. So it looks like they can stick as they move, and this might make the roads slick as well. So remember, slow down, turn on those headlights and hazards. If you start running toward one, you don't want to hit the brakes. Roads may quickly become icy, and then while driving around, you may want to get off the road quickly to pass. It will be a fast-moving front, but again, it could be difficult as it moves through it. Then on Tuesday, our next system moves on. I'm not expecting a ton of snow with this either. It seems like a fairly weak system, but it will be an inconvenience as it moves late Monday into Tuesday, so we may encounter some difficult conditions driving in the morning on Tuesday, and the roads will likely be slick and snow-covered due to the cold sticking around. This is what we are watching. I think there's a good bet around the area. Maybe a speed of 1 to 3 inches or so, and we'll have more from the official map, but I think 1 to 3 inches is not a bad bet for us as this moves through higher amounts to the south and east as this low begins to develop off the coast. Our eight storm team forecasts show continued cold weather on Wednesday and Thursday. Another storm system moves in on Friday. This is something the Storm team will be monitoring closely as well. This first one may bring us more snow and then we will stay cold after that. Highs only in the 20s. By this time next weekend we will start to slow down

Two chances of snow in the next few days in south-central Pennsylvania

Two rounds of wintry weather could bring snow to south-central Pennsylvania in the coming days. Here's what the WGAL News 8 Storm team is tracking. Chance of snow on Sunday. A strong cold front crosses Pennsylvania Sunday morning. Scattered snow storms are likely between sunrise and lunchtime. Blizzards are fast-hitting heavy snow showers that can reduce visibility to near zero and cover the road in snow. If you encounter a snowstorm, slow down and pull off the road to safety, or exit the highway, if possible. Video below: Snowstorm safety. Snow Tuesday A fast-moving system slides across the mid-Atlantic Monday night. Snow is likely early Tuesday. The snowfall is supposed to end Tuesday afternoon. Snow totals are not yet evident. At this point, it looks like it's maybe one to three inches. We are seeing a very active weather pattern. Download the WGAL app for winter storm 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.

Two rounds of wintry weather could bring snow to south-central Pennsylvania in the coming days.

Here's what the WGAL News 8 Storm team is tracking.

Chance of snow on Sunday

  • A strong cold front crosses Pennsylvania Sunday morning.
  • Scattered snow storms are likely between sunrise and lunchtime.
  • Blizzards are fast-hitting heavy snow showers that can reduce visibility to near zero and cover the road in snow.
  • If you encounter a snowstorm, slow down and get off the road to safety, or get off the highway, if possible.

Video below: Snow storm safety.

Snow Tuesday

  • A fast-moving system is sliding across the central Atlantic Ocean Monday night.
  • Light snow is likely early Tuesday.
  • The snow should end by Tuesday afternoon.
  • Snow totals are not clear yet. At this point, it looks like maybe one to three inches.

We are in a very active weather pattern. Download the WGAL app for winter storm updates — iPhone | Android.

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