The abc27 Weather Team is tracking the latest with a Nor’easter that develops Sunday over the Southeast and tracks north along the East Coast Sunday evening. Here is the latest forecast:
Periods of light to moderate snow have already moved in across the Midstate as of 4 PM. Steady snow will continue through the evening hours which is when most of us will see the bulk of the snow accumulation. Snow should add up quickly due to the cold air locked in place. As we near 10 PM to around midnight, warmer air along will surge into the Midstate and change the snow to rain for much of the area. For much of Carlisle, Harrisburg, Lebanon, Lancaster, and York areas, our weather team expects three six inches of snow before the changeover to rain Sunday night. Our ridge and valley regions of western Adams Franklin, Perry, Juniata, and Mifflin counties will see a longer duration of snow, accumulating between 6 to 10 inches Sunday night.
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As the storm exits near daybreak Monday morning, colder air will return with occasional snow showers and flurries. Any additional snow accumulation should remain less than one inch.
Expect more weather briefings from our weather team throughout the weekend. A rain/snow mix type storm can always be tricky so we will keep you posted on any changes.
-Meteorologists Adis Juklo and Dan Tomaso