Bitter cold air moves into the region overnight.
As temperatures plummet behind the front, dangerously cold air moves in.
By this afternoon, snow squalls with rumbles of thunder are possible.
Temperatures will rise Friday night into Saturday morning, with a partly clear sky.
The cold brisk air continues into this evening and into tonight.
A Wind Chill Watch is in effect for Saturday night through Monday morning.
Bitterly cold despite some sunshine today.
Arctic air will dominate our weather Friday.
A frigid air mass is dominating our weather.
A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect for tonight.
Bitter wind chills on the way tonight.
Arctic air returns Thursday.
Another arctic blast is coming our way.
Snow showers will develop this evening.
Slightly milder today before a late week cold blast.
Wednesday will the last day before another arctic invasion comes our way.
We'll have one more day before another arctic blast comes our way.
Morning clouds may break for some sun later in the day.
Clouds will linger into Tuesday.
Some mixed and then scattered snow showers.
A Freezing Rain Advisory is in effect for parts of the region.
Showers Sunday night which will switch to a wintry mix for Monday.
Showers will begin to move into our area for the rest of tonight.
A few showers and sprinkles are possible today.
A few rain showers are possible on Sunday
A cloudy but mild night ahead.
The chill will ease over the weekend.
The chill will ease for the weekend.
Clouds hang around tonight, with a chance of a few flurries to the north.
Trending milder this weekend.
Clouds and sun but still cold today.
After a cold start to the day Friday the cold will slowly ease as we head into the weekend.
After a very cold night, the chill will ease for the weekend.
A Wind Chill Advisory for tonight.
Bitter winds for today and tonight!
Another surge of arctic air is coming our way.
Another blast of arctic air is coming our way.
Bitter cold winds and snow showers tomorrow.
Milder today with some snow again tonight.
The chill will ease temporarily on Wednesday.
Some spots will have a bit of snow tonight.
Mix of clouds and sunshine today, and the colder air continues.
A cold day ahead, but we will have some sunshine across Central Pennsylvania.
Blustery and cold for this evening and into tonight.
Bitter winds tonight.
It will become windy and colder this afternoon.
Snow could switch to a wintry mix briefly early Monday, before becoming snow again.
A quick break in the snow, before more falls later tonight.
Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo breaks down this next snowfall.
Snowfall is expected today into Groundhog Day.