Tuesday: A few snow showers will fall throughout the day. We don’t expect a lot of accumulation but just enough to cause a dusting and some slick spots on the roads. The highest peaks could pick up a dusting to and inch. The northern and western counties will see most of the snow Tuesday. Tuesday’s highs will reach the upper 30s to the lower 40s.
Wednesday: An arctic cold front will move through Central Pennsylvania. This front could cause a snow squall to move through our Central Pennsylvania. A snow squall is a strong line of moderate to heavy snow that can cause white out conditions with in minutes. This could cause some issues on the road Wednesday. It is still a little too far out to get the accurate timing of this system. We will have a much better idea Tuesday afternoon. As of right now it looks like the hardest hit areas will be west of I-99 and also I-80. We will keep a close eye on this system for you and keep you updated as we get closer to Wednesday.
Thursday: The arctic front will bring in some very cold air to the region. Thursday’s highs will only reach the mid to upper 20s. This Thanksgiving could be one of the coldest ones we have had in over a decade. The winds will be strong which will make the day feel even colder. There will be plenty of sunshine with no rain or snow throughout the day but it will not help us warm up.