UPDATE: After reviewing the latest forecast guidance, the
forecast for Monday night into Tuesday morning still stands. Light snow
will develop after 7 pm Monday evening and most likely last until
daybreak Tuesday. Accumulations will be light, but 1 to 2 inches of new
snow could create slick spots on roads for the Tuesday morning
commute. Previous discussion below:
As written about
previously, the current weather pattern does not provide much relief
from persistent cloudiness and snow showers. This proved true again
today as another half inch to an inch of snow fell in extreme western
portions of the viewing area. A few snow showers will stick around for
tonight, but accumulations will be minimal. However, it could still be
enough to cause slick driving conditions.
Winds pick up tonight out of the northwest at 10-20 mph. Clouds and breezy conditions remain for Monday as well. Then another quick hitting storm system brings snow back to the forecast for Monday night into Tuesday morning. Another 1-2 inches could accumulate as this storm brushes by.
A few more snow showers may be around on Wednesday, but western PA will have the best chance of seeing additional accumulation of snow. Another quick moving storm on Friday may bring light snow to the Midstate, but temperatures could reach above freezing during the event. We will watch this storm closely as mixed precipitation does seem likely before some seasonably warm conditions move in for next weekend.