Digital Weather Update: Tracking a winter storm early next week

Beyond the Forecast

A mix of snow and sleet could occur Monday night...

Winds increase to 10-20 mph tomorrow morning and help push colder air into Pennsylvania. Afternoon highs will climb only to the lower 30s tomorrow. Winds chills will likely be in the low 20s. Tomorrow will certainly feel like a mid-winter day! Sunday will not be as windy, but we remain seasonably chilly as clouds increase for that approaching storm next week.

Even though we will have cold air in place before the storm, milder air will eventually take over which means Monday and Tuesday will end up as a mix of snow and sleet. This doesn’t look to be a repeat of the December storm in terms of moisture, it won’t have as much. Some details are coming into better focus, even though the storm is still several days out. Light snow will likely develop during the evening commute Monday with snow and sleet falling overnight. Tuesday will feature a wintry mix of snow and sleet during the morning before the precipitation tapers during the afternoon. We will continue to monitor the trends and provide updates on the storm through the weekend.

-Meteorologist Brett Thackara

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