Occasional flurries today as Nor'easter just grazed Central Pa. overnight
TODAY'S WEATHER STORY
Windy and cold today with the occasional flurry and a high in the low 40's (Wind chills will be in the 30's)
Another major storm grazed us overnight with some light snow. Most of Central PA. saw about an inch on the grassy surfaces but areas to the East and North of Harrisburg picked up about 2". As the storm heads into the New England states we are on the backside of its energy, meaning that our winds will start to gust out of the Northwest for the next two days. Winds at times will be gusting as high as 30 mph, with occasional flurries getting blown in off the Great Lakes.
BETTER FOR THE WEEKEND
The winds will start to ease up as we head toward the weekend, expect a sunny St. Paddy's Day with seasonal temperatures in the upper 40's to near 50 degrees. We're watching the potential for a few showers to sneak into our Sunday forecast but for now it looks dry and warmer with highs in the mid 50's.
The end of Winter is in sight as Spring officially arrives one week from today!
- Today: Partly Cloudy, Windy with a Few Flurries – High 42
- Tonight: Mostly Cloudy, Windy – Low 28
- Tomorrow: Partly Sunny, Windy with a Few Flurries – High 40
- Thursday: Mostly Cloudy – High 46
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