Most of central Pennsylvania is below a winter storm warning, with the Valley seemingly receiving as much as 7 inches of snow, whereas areas west and north of the area get impacted worse.
After snow storm advisories for sections of 11 states had been issued on Thursday however didn’t cowl the Valley, the alert issued early Friday does. Saturday’s winter storm warning is in impact from 4 a.m. till 7 p.m.
— Chris Bailey (@Kentuckyweather) March 11, 2022
The present forecast for Saturday is for five to 7 inches of snow, with gusts blowing as much as 45 mph all through the day.
Snow would be the heaviest within the space between 5 a.m. and midday, in response to the NWS advisory. On Friday, mild rain will start after dusk and switch to snow about midnight. Whereas the heaviest precipitation is forecast to finish about noon Saturday, snow showers are predicted to proceed via Saturday night, in response to the NWS.
A 6-12 inch snowfall zone is anticipated to start within the West Virginia highlands and run up via the Alleghenies in Pennsylvania and central New York. In line with Accu Climate, a band of 12-18 inches of snow is anticipated all through northern New York state and northern New England. Some components of New England might stand up to 2 ft of snow.
Heavy snow is forecast from the Japanese Nice Lakes to the Northeast because the chilly entrance engulfs the area, in response to the NWS.