Winter weather advisory expires for south-central Pa.

Winter weather advisory expires for south-central Pennsylvania

Widespread snow fell for much of Wednesday across south-central Pennsylvania.For much of the area, it was the first measurable snowfall.The majority of what’s falling now is rain, and it’s melting the snow. The rain is expected to taper off this evening.We’ll see some clearing briefly as the dry slot holds into the early part of the overnight before clouds start to return. This is thanks to the upper-level low that swings in Thursday. We won’t see too much sunshine either aside from a few peeks. The bigger story is the blustery wind from the west. Wind chills will likely be in the 20s.Another disturbance moves through in the upper-levels on Friday and with that, we’ll see a mix of clouds and sun. Temperatures drop a little, rounding out near 40. That’s seasonable for this time of January.Video below: Tractor-trailer jackknifes on snowy I-83.WGAL winter weather toolsCLOSINGS: See if schools, businesses or organizations have closed or delayed.RADAR: Track snow, sleet or freezing rain with WGAL’s interactive radar.ROADS: Check for crashes and backups with our interactive map.LOCATION-BASED ALERTS: Activate our customized weather alerts.

Widespread snow fell for much of Wednesday across south-central Pennsylvania.

For much of the area, it was the first measurable snowfall.

The majority of what’s falling now is rain, and it’s melting the snow. The rain is expected to taper off this evening.

We’ll see some clearing briefly as the dry slot holds into the early part of the overnight before clouds start to return. This is thanks to the upper-level low that swings in Thursday.

We won’t see too much sunshine either aside from a few peeks. The bigger story is the blustery wind from the west. Wind chills will likely be in the 20s.

Another disturbance moves through in the upper-levels on Friday and with that, we’ll see a mix of clouds and sun. Temperatures drop a little, rounding out near 40. That’s seasonable for this time of January.

Video below: Tractor-trailer jackknifes on snowy I-83.

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