Skies will clear for the rest of the weekend before another storm gives wet weather to Pennsylvania early next week.…
Skies will clear for the rest of the weekend before another storm gives wet weather to Pennsylvania early next week.
AccuWeather predicts that the storm will cause a lot of precipitation to the state.
“While a stormwater short of a blockbuster event is forecast, the vast effects of the storm are likely to affect travel on many of the major hubs from Dallas and Atlanta to Washington, DC, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, New York City, Boston and Detroit , “according to the report.
The storm is expected to affect the state on Monday evening and Tuesday. Fewer air that is already in place can help snow to develop in parts of the storm’s road, including in the northwestern part that includes Erie County.
“But the snow change can move further towards the east, depending on the track’s storm,” AccuWeather reports.
Here is a look at the forecast for Harrisburg:
Saturday: Mostly sunny. High: 40
Saturday night: Clear skies. Low: 29
Sunday: Mostly sunny. High: 47
Sunday evening: Mostly cloudy. Low: 30
Monday: Mostly cloudy. High: 49
Monday evening: Rain. Low: 40
Tuesday: Cloudy, rain begins to decline. High: 47
Tuesday night: A shower in places in the evening. Low: 30
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