CWS Forecast: North-Central Pennsylvania

Today will feature mostly sunny skies across the state with temperatures consistent in the lower to upper 30s for a majority of the Commonwealth. Lows Wednesday night will dip into the 20s, cooling the ground enough to support accumulation of precipitation. Thursday’s storm will wedge its way into southern Pennsylvania in the morning and continue to take over the state throughout the afternoon and evening hours. A mix of precipitation is possible, including: snow, freezing rain, and sleet for different areas of the state. The timing of freezing rain and sleet will make all the difference for snow totals. If you are traveling home for break on Thursday, be sure to plan accordingly and travel safely as roads can be dangerous with the mix of precipitation that is expected, especially freezing rain. The storm will clear out of Pennsylvania Friday afternoon and into the evening. High pressure builds back into our area over the weekend and temperatures will rebound back into the 40s with conditions looking fairly dry.

Day One: Wednesday, November 14th 2018

Tranquil conditions with clouds and sun mixed. Cold.

High: 31°F

Low: 20°F

Day Two: Thursday, November 15th 2018

Significant winter storm possible. Cold with snow, heavy at times, moving in early before potentially mixing with sleet and freezing rain in the later afternoon hours as temperatures rise. Mixed precipitation continues overnight before transitioning back to some light snow overnight.

High: 31°F

Low: 28°F

Day Three: Friday, November 16th 2018

Wintry mix in the morning, tapering off into the afternoon. Remaining chilly.

High: 36°F

Low: 30°F

Day Four: Saturday, November 17th 2018

Partly sunny with an isolated afternoon snow or rain shower possible and chilly.

High: 37°F

Low: 26°F

Day Five: Sunday, November 18th 2018

A weak disturbance could bring some afternoon and evening rain or snow showers.

High: 34°F

Low: 23°F