Overnight Forecast Saturday, March 2, 2019


Tonight we will be variably cloudy with our low temperatures getting down into the lower and middle 20s.

Clouds will thicken Sunday with snow developing throughout the day and continuing into the overnight hours. This will bring at times heavy snow to the region. Parts of Cambria, Blair, Huntingdon, Somerset and Bedford counties can see 3 to 6 inches of snowfall. Centre, Clearfield, Jefferson, Elk, and Cameron counties can see 1 to 3 inches of snow. It will be plowable but will create slick conditions into Monday morning. A Winter Storm Watch will go into effect Sunday morning for Cambria, Somerset, Bedford, Blair, and Huntingdon counties until 7 AM Monday morning. A Winter Weather Advisory will go into effect for Jefferson county Sunday morning and continue until 1 AM Monday morning. Clearfield, Centre, and Clinton Counties are under a Winter Weather Advisory from Sunday morning until 7 AM Monday. Now even though Elk and Cameron counties are not under an advisory there will still be slick conditions.

Monday will have more clouds than sunshine with a couple of flurries possible early. It will be a cold and windy day with our high temperatures getting into the 20s. High pressure will be around for Tuesday and Wednesday and that will bring us times of clouds and sunshine. Both days will be cold with high temperatures in the lower and middle 20s and low temperatures falling into the single digits and low teens. Thursday will have times of clouds and sun with our high temperatures in the 20s. Another system will be moving into the region Friday and this will bring us a mostly cloudy sky with snow showers and flurries. High temperatures will get to the lower and middle 30s. Saturday will turn out variably cloudy with snow showers and there may be a bit of a mix as our high temperatures will be in the middle and upper 30s.

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