CWS Forecast: Northwest Pennsylvania

After some residual snow squalls clear out over the northwest portion of the state overnight Thursday into Friday morning, the rest of the commonwealth will remain relatively dry for the most part until Saturday. A coastal storm will ride up the coast, bringing snow to much of the I-95 corridor, including southeastern parts of the state through Saturday night. As this coastal storm begins to exit, a weaker disturbance will move in through the Western portion of the state, bringing more light snow to western and central parts of the state, particularly to higher elevations into Sunday morning. Through the weekend, it will remain chilly, and lake effect snow could also begin to fall by Monday morning in northwestern parts of the state. Finally, we are watching another clipper system on Tuesday that could bring some light snow, but since it is far out, more details will follow in the days to come.

Day One: Saturday, December 16th 2017

Snow showers beginning in the evening and continuing through the overnight with accumulation upwards of a couple inches.

High: 36°F

Low: 24°F

Day Two: Sunday, December 17th 2017

Snow squalls likely while skies remain cloudy and conditions chilly.

High: 32°F

Low: 26°F

Day Three: Monday, December 18th 2017

Continuation of persistent snow showers reaching upwards of a couple inches throughout the day and night.

High: 33°F

Low: 28°F

Day Four: Tuesday, December 19th 2017

Considerable cloudiness with light snow showers continuing.

High: 31°F

Low: 17°F

Day Five: Wednesday, December 20th 2017

Snow Miser sticks around yet again to dump more snow squalls and chilly temperatures.

High: 25°F

Low: 19°F