National Weather Service points winter climate advisory within the Susquehanna Valley for Monday
WGAL News 8 winter climate protection

Updated: 9:09 PM EST Feb 21, 2021

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>> THE STORM TEAM FORECAST WITH METEOROLOGIST ETHAN. METEOROLOGIS BACK-TO-BACK DAYS ACROSS THE VALLEY AND INFECTED EIGHT, IT WAS OUR SECOND SUNNY DAY OF THE MON, 30% CLOUD COVER OR CLOSE TO ZERO THROUGHOUT THE DAY AND WE ARE STARTING TO SEE SOME PASSING CLOUDS MOVE-IN BUT WE WILL STAY DRY UNTIL EARLY TOMORROW MORNING. WE ARE 34 DEGREES UNDER A MOSTLY CLEAR SKYPE WITH A LIGHT BREEZE OUT OF THE SOUTH AT SEVEN MILES PER HOUR AND IT MADE 238 AFTER A MORNING LOW. AHEAD OF OUR NEXT SNOW MAKER WHICH WILL GET HERE TOMORROW MORNING AND WE WILL START FALLING INTO THE MID 20’S, THE LOWS WELL HOLD IN THE UPPER 20’S, MATE SEE AS THEIR SHOWER AS YOU GET CLOSER BUT BE PREPARED OR WIDESPREAD SNOW TO DEVELOP DURING THE MORNING, ESPECIALLY RIGHT AROUND RUSH HOUR AND THAT IT WILL TAPER OFF IN THE EARLY AFTERNOON AS THE WINTRY MIX SWITCHES TO RAIN. LOOKING FOR CHELATION THROUGHOUT THIS BUT WITH TEMPERATURES IN THE CLOSE TO 40 DEGREES, I DO EXPECT AN IMPACT ON TRAVEL WILL IMPROVE BUT BECAUSE OF THIS INCOMING LIGHT SNOW, YOU HAVE A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY THAT GOES INTO EFFECT TOMORROW MORNING BUT ENDS TOMORROW AFTERNOON. AROUND A FIVE HOUR WINDOW THAT WE COULD GET THIS SNOW. THAT IS A CHANCE THAT THIS NOTE WILL BE ROUGHER BETWEEN 7:00 A.M. AND NOON. 9:00 A.M. UNTIL 2:00 IN THE AFTERNOON AND RIGHT NOW 34 DEGREES IN HARRISBURG, YOU CAN SEE WE TURN ON THE SATELLITE, WE ARE STARTING TO SEE THOSE CLOUDS MOVE INTO WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA BUT HERE’S THE STORM. IT IS MOVING VERY QUICK AND IT IS MOVING ACROSS THE GREAT LAKES. PRETTY MILD COMPARED TO WHERE THEY HAVE BENT OVER THE PAST COUPLE OF WEEKS, 240 DEGREES IN SPRINGFIELD AND IT IS BACKED IN THE 40’S OVER THE DAKOTAS SO WATCH WHAT HAPPENS HERE YET, HERE WE ARE AT 11:00 VERY CLOUDY AND A NICETOWN SHOWER OVERNIGHT — WESTERN COUNTY AND IT COULD PICK UP IN INTENSITY JUST IN TIME FOR THE MORNING RUSH ACROSS THE VALLEY, TEMPERATURES WILL HOLD NEAR THE FREEZING MARK UNTIL AROUND LUNCHTIME AND THEN WE WILL SEE THE SNOW TAPER OFF AND AS IT DOES, I DO EXPECT WARM AIR TO MOVE IN AND SWITCHING OVER MOST OF THE SNOW INTO A MIX OF RAIN AND’S TO JUST PLAIN RAIN AND THAT IT COMES. AS TEMPERATURES RISE TO THE UPPER 30’S AND HEADING INTO MONDAY, WE WILL SEE A LITTLE BIT MORE SUNSHINE IN THE MORNING BUT LATER IN THE AFTERNOON, SEE SOME AREAS OF SPRINKLES BUT IT WILL BE MILDER WITH HIGHS IN THE LOW TO MID 40’S SO IF YOU ARE TRAVELING BEFORE 7:00, COULD SEE SNOW COME DOWN AT ABOUT AN INCH PER HOUR. ALSO THROUGH 4:00 BUT AFTER 4:00 , RISING THROUGH THE UPPER 30’S AND EXPECTING LOW IMPACTS FOR THE EVENING RUSH. ONE TO THREE INCHES OF SNOW, COULD BE A LITTLE HIGHER FOR AREAS NORTH AND NORTHEAST OF LEBANON. WE ARE IN THE MID-50’S BY WEDNESDAY, LATE WEDNESDAY NIGHT AND THURSDAY AND FRIDAY ARE DRY WE COULD SEE SOME RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS. FOR MOST OF THE WEEK AHEAD. TEMPERATURES

National Weather Service points winter climate advisory within the Susquehanna Valley for Monday
WGAL News 8 winter climate protection

Updated: 9:09 PM EST Feb 21, 2021

Shortly earlier than 2:30 p.m. on Sunday the National Weather Service issued winter climate advisories for a number of Susquehanna Valley counties.The winter climate advisory shall be in impact from 8 a.m. Monday to three p.m. within the following counties:Dauphin.Lancaster. Lebanon.York. The following counties are beneath the winter climate advisory from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Monday:Adams.Cumberland.Juniata.Mifflin.Perry. The NWS expects gentle snowfall as much as 4 inches in elevated areas. It says the snow could possibly be heavy at instances, with fall charges of an inch an hour through the late morning and early afternoon hours. The service advises drivers to plan for slippery roads and dangerous situations that would have an effect on your morning commute. The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission reminds motorists to regulate their speeds because the winter climate impacts roadways.WGAL News 8 is monitoring the storm. Stay with us on air and on-line for updates.

SUSQUEHANNA VALLEY, Pa. —
Shortly earlier than 2:30 p.m. on Sunday the National Weather Service issued winter climate advisories for a number of Susquehanna Valley counties.

The winter climate advisory shall be in impact from 8 a.m. Monday to three p.m. within the following counties:Dauphin.Lancaster. Lebanon.York. The following counties are beneath the winter climate advisory from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Monday:Adams.Cumberland.Juniata.Mifflin.Perry. The NWS expects gentle snowfall as much as 4 inches in elevated areas. It says the snow could possibly be heavy at instances, with fall charges of an inch an hour through the late morning and early afternoon hours. The service advises drivers to plan for slippery roads and dangerous situations that would have an effect on your morning commute. The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission reminds motorists to regulate their speeds because the winter climate impacts roadways.WGAL News 8 is monitoring the storm. Stay with us on air and on-line for updates.