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Canon McMillan HS, Canonsburg, PA
Mount Washington Observation Deck, NH
Parade of Clippers to come followed by lots of snow next week as the NAO may become negative! Stay tuned Western Pa!
Ice and or snow likely from western and central Pa south and west later this week as arctic air dives south.
Models show very cold air entering Pa next weekend!
Arctic front progged to cross area mext weekend!
Many in Pa may see snow next week!
Pennsylvania weather to go downhill next weekend as arctic front approaches!
Weather Party! Saturday, July 27, 2013 at the home of Herb Close, Manchester MD, from 2 PM on through the evening! A great fun time of food, fellowship and talking weather! If you have any interest I will provide you with more details! Come on out! Manchester is in the far northern part of Maryland, within a few miles of the Pennsylvania border, near Hanover PA. His house is over 1000 feet in elevation and should be cooler. A cookout is planned, plus a birthday cake for yours truly, Marty Brumback and Bobby Miller! come on out!
Millersville University in Millersville, PA will be having it's annual Weather Day on April 20th from 11am to 3pm for those interested.
Some of the many highlights include:
-a LIVE weather balloon launch!
-Exciting science experiments and demonstrations!
-Experience what it’s like to be in front of a green screen!
-Weather crafts and face painting!
-Learn about various weather topics at student and professional booths!
-FREE food and admission!
-And MUCH more!!!
For more information visit us at:
A slow moving cold front to cross Pittsburgh today. Coler temps in store! We will see what next week, Thanksgiving week brings in terms of any wintry precip!
The Clipper is moving through the southern Ohio Valley this Saturday afternoon with anywhere from 1-5 inches of snow.In the wake of the clipper, colder air will blow over the Lakes and Winter Storm Watches, Lake Efffect Snow watches and advisories have been issued. Even where areas where Lake effect snow is not usually intense, areas such as Pittsburgh may see 2-4 inches by Tuesday.Click on the link below to view advisories:http://www.erh.noaa.gov/er/pit/
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