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Wet, windy weather forecast for south-central PA

Wet, windy weather forecast for south-central Pennsylvania



THIS WAS VICKI WINN REPORTING. NOW THE WGAL NEWS 8 STORM TEAM FORECASTS WITH CHIEF MEDIA OLOGIST JOE CALHOUN TO HAVE A BAD DAY TODAY BUT LOTS OF CLOUDS AROUND CAMPUS FOR THE MOST. A FEW PLACES ARE A LITTLE CLOSER TO THAT 50 DEGREE MARK. BUT IT’S GONE. ALTHOUGH TOMORROW WILL BE MILDER, IT WILL BE WINDY AND A LITTLE WET. HERE’S A LIVE VIEW FROM CARLISLE CUMBERLAND COUNTY OF A SUN PEERING THROUGH THE CLOUDS THERE THAT IS THIN ENOUGH TO LET THE SUN PEAR THROUGH. SO NOT BAD. IN FACT, THE AUTOMATED OBSERVATION SYSTEM OFFICIALLY REPORTS SUN SKY. FOR IT DON’T SEE THAT THESE CLOUDS ARE A LITTLE HIGH. 44. IT FEELS LIKE A LITTLE SOUTHEAST BREEZE. BUT I TELL YOU THAT ONE WILL START TOMORROW, 46 FOR THE EVENING. NOT BAD. A LITTLE COOL WITH STILL MORE CLOUDS COMING OVERNIGHT. TONIGHT LOW RAIN COULD BE LATE TONIGHT OR TOWARD TOMORROW. I ACTUALLY THINK THAT THESE LOWS MAY OCCURS AROUND MIDNIGHT. TEMPERATURES COULD RISE TOMORROW. THEN WE ARE IN THE 50’S MORNING, PROBABLY EARLY AFTERNOON, CAN GET COLDER, LATE IN THE DAY STARTS CLEANING UP. MOST OF THE RAIN WILL COME IN THE MORNING AND NOON HOURS. THIS IS WHEN IT’S WINDY AND THEN IT WILL RAIN TOO AND SEE THE SYSTEM THAT’S BACK HERE. TORNADO WATCHES ACROSS THE DEEP SOUTH. THEY HAVE A SERIES OF TORNADO WARNINGS. I HAVE NOT SEEN ANY OFFICIAL REPORTS ABOUT TORNADOS BUT THEY WERE SHOWN ON RADAR. THIS WHOLE LINE WILL START JUMPING NORTH AND GO THROUGH REARLY FAST HERE, AS A FAST MOVING SYSTEM WE ARE IN A VERY FAST MOVING WEATHER PATTERN. YOU CAN SEE BACK TOWARD OMAHA AND DES MOINES FROM THIS, YOU’RE GETTING SOME SNOW AND IT’S A SIGN OF SLIGHTLY COLDER AIR. BUT THE COLD CANNOT HOLD. IT MOVES IN VERY FAST, MOVES OUT. BUT NOW WE ARE IN A SOUTHERN AIR STREAM. SO I THINK OVERNIGHT TEMPERATURES CAN’T GO VERY FAR WILL FALL A LITTLE. I THINK THAT TONIGHT AND AROUND MIDNIGHT AND TOMORROW WILL START RISING TOWARDS LOW TO MID 40’S. HERE COMES THE RAIN IF WE GET TOMORROW TOMORROW. COULD BE TIMED TWO, ALSO HEAVY. BUT AT NOON IT ALREADY BEGINS DEPARTURE AND WE BEGIN TO SEE SOME CLEANING LATE IN THE DAY. THEN IT WILL GET SOMETHING COOLER. IN FACT, I THINK WE WILL BE IN THE 30’S TOMORROW NIGHT. HOW MUCH RAIN? NOT MUCH. BUT YOU KNOW, IT COULD CAUSE A LITTLE WEAKNESS ON ROADS WHILE COMING DOWN AT THIS MODERATE PACE. DIFFICULT. Looks like going north but nothing serious. BUT AGAIN, IT COMES WITH THE WIND AND WE JUST WANT TO BE AWARE OF THIS WHILE WE GO INTO TOMORROW. SO THIS NIGHT THE WINDS ARE CATCHING A LITTLE OUT OF THE SOUTH. THIS IS WHY I SAY THAT TEMPERATURES MAY INCREASE. BUT LOOK AT THAT SOUTH WHILE WE GO THROUGH THOUGHTS TOMORROW AT LUNCH AT NEAR 30 MPH. THEN IT TURNS NORTHWEST AND STILL LOOKS WINDY ON THURSDAY. SO RAIN AND WIND AND AGAIN COULD BE SOME MODERATE TO HEAVY DOWN GREES DURING THE MORNING. BUT AT NOON IT BEGINS TO EXTENDED AND END IN THE AFTERNOON WITH ANNOUNCEMENT TOMORROW EVENING. BUT STILL A WINDY. NOT A BAD DAY BUT A COLD DAY ON THURSDAY. FRIDAY LOOKS WAY CALM. WIND, MORE SUNSHINE STILL ON THE COOL SIDE. BU

Wet, windy weather forecast for south-central Pennsylvania

Wet and windy weather is moving toward south-central Pennsylvania. “We are tracking our next storm system,” said WGAL meteorologist TJ Springer. “All is calm at the moment but that will change in the next 24 hours.” The rain is coming late Tuesday evening and is likely to continue into Wednesday’s morning commute. “The wind, which will also be a big factor in our Hump Day – could gust near 35, maybe 40 mph,” TJ said. The WGAL News 8 Storm Team has set Wednesday as Impact Day. An Impact Day is a day when the weather is likely to disrupt your normal day or routine. It’s getting colder Rain should ease by Wednesday afternoon as colder air moves in. It’s going to feel really wintry. Stay tuned to the WGAL News 8 Storm Team for updates on this active weather pattern. Winter Weather Outlook The WGAL News 8 Storm Team is looking at what we can expect this upcoming winter in Central -Pennsylvania. From what to do when a winter alert goes off to staying safe on wintry roads, we’re getting you ready now before the season starts. You can watch the full special in the video player below. WGAL Weather ToolsRADAR : Track severe weather with WGAL’s interactive radar LOCATION-BASED ALERTS: Activate our custom weather alerts HOUR-BY-HOUR: See what to expect today with the hourly forecast WEEKEND WEATHER: Know what to expect before you make your plans do : Check WGAL’s extended forecast here.

Wet and windy weather is moving toward south-central Pennsylvania.

“We are tracking our next storm system,” said WGAL meteorologist TJ Springer. “Everything is calm at the moment, but that will change in the next 24 hours.”

The rain comes late Tuesday evening and is likely to continue into Wednesday’s morning commute.

“The wind, which is also going to be a big factor in our hump day – could gust close to 35, maybe 40 mph,” TJ said.

The WGAL News 8 storm team has declared Wednesday as batting day. An Impact Day is a day with weather conditions that are likely to disrupt your normal day or routine.

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The rain should ease by Wednesday afternoon as colder air moves in.

Thursday morning wind chills will likely be in the teens and 20s.

“It’s going to feel really wintry. That’s going to be impressive too,” TJ said.

Stay tuned to the WGAL News 8 Storm Team for updates on this active weather pattern.

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 alert goes off to staying safe on wintry roads, we’ve got you covered now before the season starts.

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

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