Snow and rain expected Wednesday in south-central Pennsylvania

Snow and rain are expected in southern Pennsylvania on Wednesday



QUITE WINDY FOR THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS. THERE’S NEWS TODAY FROM THE 8 STORM TEAM FORECAST THAT WE’LL START IN THE MID 30S BY 9:00, LOCATIONS WILL FEEL LIKE 200 DDDDDDDG THERE IN THE AFTERNOON HOWEVER, WINDS WILL BE 44 AND A HALF DEGREES. THEN WINDS LOWER TONIGHT. ANY CLOUD BREAKS WILL FOLLOW TONIGHT AS OUR WEATHER SYSTEM MOVES INTO THE MIDWEST. 28 TO 32 OVERNIGHT MOST DECISIVE TOMORROW MORNING. SNOW WILL APPEAR IN MOST LOCATIONS BY LATE MORNING. THEN WE SWITCH TO RAIN BY THE AFTERNOON. SO I WOULD SAY THERE MAY BE PICTURES IN THE LATE MORNING OF THE TRIP. BUT WHEN WE ARRIVE TOMORROW IN THE WESTERN VEHICLE IT LOOKS JUST DRINKING WITH A LITHUANIAN SHOWER. SO ABOUT FOUR INCHES SHOULD COVER MOST OF OUR VIEWING AREA. AND I WILL SHOW YOU THAT TESTING MAP. TOMORROW’S HIGHS REACH THE UPPER THIRTYS LATER DAY. LIVE Glance at GETTYSBURG. NO SWAMP STREETS THIS MORNING. IT’S 36 DEGREES. 36 LEBANON, 34 LANCASTER, 34 NOW CARLISLE. THE WIND SPEEDS, SUCH, THE HAIR IS ACTUALLY IN THERE. WINDS AROUND 5 TO 15. NOW, KEEP IN MIND, THEY WILL BE 10 TO 20 MILES PER HOUR AGAIN THIS EVENING. CHECKING THE SUPER DOPPLER 8 IT IS OVERALL QUIET IN THE PLACE BUT WE DO HAVE A STORM SYSTEM THAT WE WATCHED IN TEXAS THIS MORNING. AND IT’S ABOUT SNOW AND RAIN. ALL THAT WEATHER WILL MOVE OUR WAY TOMORROW FOR TWO. SO WRITE THINGS DOWN TODAY. DON’T MISS. OUTSIDE SHORT LATE, A MIX OF CLOUDS AND SUN. PRETTY INTERESTING IN JANUARY. THE DAY WE ARE ON TONIGHT. THE CLOUDS ARE RISING AND I THINK THERE WILL BE A BAND OF SNOW THAT WILL WARM UP TOMORROW MORNING, BUT IT LOOKS LIKE IT WILL LOSE A LARGE AREA. SO YOU MIGHT SQUEEZE IN THE MORNING RUSH AND JUST FIND TOMORROW SOMEONE ARRIVING LATE MORNING AND THEN THE SNOW STARTS. YES FROM TEN, MAYBE AS EVEN 11:00 IN OUR EASTERN COUNTIES, THAT’S WHEN THE SNOW WILL COME AND REPLACE RAIN IMMEDIATELY IN THE AFTERNOON. SO THERE IS ONLY A SMALL CHANCE, A SMALL WINDOW FOR SNOW TOMORROW. SO THIS LITHUANIA IS ABOUT 1230 YEARS OLD. AND FOR SOUTHERN COUNTY TWO AT 3:00 A.M., RAIN ACROSS THE DISTRICT, AND RAIN AROUND THE WESTERN VEHICLE AREA. SO ANY SNOW THAT FALLS IN THE MORNING COULD BE MELTED AND DIFFERENT BY THE TIME WE GET IN THE EVENING. THURSDAY FOR THE SYSTEM LOOKS NECESSARY. THERE MAY BE REMAINING POOL. SO CHECK OUT OUR SNOW TOTAL MAP. MOST OF OUR SOUTH SOUTHEAST COUNTY, BY SOME FOUR INCH BAND, 2 TO 4 INCH BAND HERE FROM CHAMBERBURG TO HARRISBURG TO LEBANON AND THEN FAR NORTH AND VECTOR WESTERN WEST COUNTY LEWISTON AND SELINGROVE. YOU HAVE A CHANCE FOR MORE THAN FOUR INCHES OF SNOW. SO THIS IS OUR TEN DAY FORECAST. NOT A BIG STORM TOMORROW BUT AN IMPACT DAY, ESPECIALLY IF YOU GET UP LATE MORNING OR EARLY AFTERNOON. ROADS COULD BE SNOWY IN MANY AREAS AS WE GET IN THE EVENING, BUT ALL ROADS ARE WET TOMORROW THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY SHOULD BE MAIN

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Tuesday will be dry and calm. Look for a mix of clouds and sun, with highs in the 40s. A steady northwest wind will keep it in the upper 30s. Clouds increase in the evening, with lows in the low 30s. Impact Day Wednesday A Winter Storm Watch is in effect for Mifflin and Juniata counties from late Tuesday through Wednesday evening. A weather advisory is in effect for the rest of the Susquehanna Valley until 4 a.m. Wednesday. until 4 p.m. on Wednesday. Light snow will move across far northern counties early Wednesday. However, the rest of the area could see a weakening dry morning. Snow expected between 9am and 11am. Traveling until late morning can be difficult as the roads can be covered with snow. But the snow won’t last long. Warmer air from the south will replace the snow with rain from the south to the north by midday. Most can handle 4 inches of snow. The amounts will be lower in the southeast and higher in the northwest. The roads will be wet during the evening. Long-lasting rain showers are expected. WGAL Winter Weather Tools CLOSINGS: See if schools, businesses or organizations are closed or delayed. RADAR: Watch for snow, sleet or freezing rain with WGAL’s interactive radar. ROADS: Check for accidents and backups with our interactive map. LOCATION. KEY WARNINGS: Activate our custom weather alerts.Winter Weather ForecastThe WGAL News 8 Storm Team looks ahead to what we can expect this coming winter in central Pennsylvania. From what to do when a winter warning is issued to how to stay safe on the winter roads, we’ve got you ready now before the season starts. You can watch the entire special in the video player below.

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Tuesday will be dry and calm. Look for a mix of clouds and sun, with highs in the 40s. A steady northwest wind will make it feel like the 30s.

Cloudiness will increase in the evening, the temperature will drop to 30 degrees.

Day of impact Wednesday

A Winter Storm Watch in effect in Mifflin and Juniata counties from late Tuesday through Wednesday evening.

A Winter Weather Advisory in effect for the rest of the Susquehanna Valley beginning at 4 a.m. Wednesday. until Wednesday 4 p.m.

A band of light snow will pass through the farther northern counties early Wednesday. However, the rest of the area may lack a dry morning commute.

Snow expected between 9 and 11 am. Traveling until late morning can be difficult as the roads can be covered with snow. But the snow won’t last long. Warmer air from the south will replace the snow with rain from the south to the north by midday. Most can handle 4 inches of snow. The amounts will be lower in the southeast and higher in the northwest.

The roads will be wet during the evening. Prolonged rains are likely.

WGAL Winter Weather Tools

Winter weather outlook

The WGAL News 8 Storm Team looks ahead to what we can expect this coming winter in central Pennsylvania. From what to do when a winter warning is issued to how to stay safe on the winter roads, we’ve got you ready now before the season starts.

You can watch the entire special in the video player below.

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