First Alert Weather: Changes for the weekend as a system moves in

  • First Alert Weather: Changes for the weekend as a system moves in

First Alert Weather: Changes for the weekend as a system moves in

Chicago experienced rain and thunderstorms during Tuesday morning. Off and on snow showers will continue to fall this morning for most of us in Central Pennsylvania.

On Thursday, a period of snow is expected due to a fast-moving atmospheric disturbance.

Afternoon highs will only reach the upper 20s to mid-30s on Thursday.

Much will depend on how much cold air pushes across the area during the day Saturday.

The updated maximum possible amount of snow for the region. Winds will be west-northwest at 15-20 miles per hour gusting to 30 miles per hour with wind chills around 27-28°.

Sunday won't be as breezy, but will feature highs in the upper 30's for another day in a row, along with the weather getting cloudy during the afternoon and evening.

Extra cold conditions will greet us at the start of the weekend. "But temperatures [Saturday] should be in the mid-40s and we're not expecting any snow accumulations".

Snow is expected Friday and Saturday, forecasts from he National Weather Service show.

"High pressure over the area will move offshore today as a strong cold front approaches the area", according to the statement". Despite some sunshine temperatures will struggle to warm above 40 Saturday. Through Wednesday morning the Huntington area has had 15.63 inches of rain, more than 5 inches above normal. Despite the less snowy prospects, Saturday will still be an unseasonably cold day for early April. Highs will mainly be in the 40s.

Warmer temps and high fire danger returns for the middle of next week. Increasing clouds, with a high near 61. However, the majority of the snow will stay to the south of us. We'll have hard freezes every night.through Tuesday. Could this be the last chance in this series of snow opportunities, or even the last chance of snow for the season?