Watching for snow squalls Wednesday

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Evening commute could be dicey, snow squalls tomorrow morning

EVENING: Snow ending between 6-8pm, total snow 1 to 3″

TONIGHT: Slow clearing, low 28F.

WEDNESDAY: Blustery With Snow Squalls. Hi 38. Winds: W 15-20 mph. Gusts to 40 mph.

Our first snowstorm of the year produced an average of 2 to 5 inches of snow. Areas in eastern Cumberland, northern York, western Lancaster and western Lebanon counties saw the highest amounts of 4 to 6 inches of snow.

The rest of tonight will be generally quiet with temperatures dropping near 28F.

Winds increase for Wednesday and we need to watch for snow squalls developing mid morning into early afternoon. The best timing locally for squalls will be between 9am and 2pm Wednesday. These squalls can create whiteout conditions and greatly reduce visibility when traveling. Use caution if you plan to be traveling during this time.

Thursday will be much colder, but the chill doesn’t last long. Occasional showers and much warmer conditions arrive for the weekend with highs in the 60s on Saturday!

-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder

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