Pennsylvania will be seeing one of the final warm weeks for the entire state, according to The Weather Channel and AccuWeather. Unfortunately, the temperatures will start tomorrow, October 4th, 2017 – and will start to dip down on October 10th, 2017. The region will see one of the last warm weeks of the 2017 season, in addition, this will be the week most readers will go out to see the fall leaves turn colors. There is no need to break it down city by city, however, the Eastern half of the state will remain warmer for a few extra days. What we do know is the main warmer days are going

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Pennsylvania will be seeing one of the final warm weeks for the entire state, according to The Weather Channel and AccuWeather. Unfortunately, the temperatures will start tomorrow, October 4th, 2017 – and will start to dip down on October 10th, 2017. The region will see one of the last warm weeks of the 2017 season, in addition, this will be the week most readers will go out to see the fall leaves turn colors. There is no need to break it down city by city, however, the Eastern half of the state will remain warmer for a few extra days. What we do know is the main warmer days are going

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The National Weather Service in Pittsburgh, PA conducted their preliminary survey studies, and they have concluded an EF1 tornado did touchdown in Washington, PA. It is estimated that the wind speeds were around 90 MPH, and the tornado lasted 2.4 miles with a width of 250 yards, or 750 feet. Severe structure damage was notated on several homes, including a destroyed garage for the Lone Pine tornado. Washington county is home to now 12 tornadoes. The largest one was and EF2 tornado on June 30th, 1990. We have radar images of the tornado.

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The National Weather Service in Pittsburgh, PA conducted their preliminary survey studies, and they have concluded an EF1 tornado did touchdown in Washington, PA. It is estimated that the wind speeds were around 90 MPH, and the tornado lasted 2.4 miles with a width of 250 yards, or 750 feet. Severe structure damage was notated on several homes, including a destroyed garage for the Lone Pine tornado. Washington county is home to now 12 tornadoes. The largest one was and EF2 tornado on June 30th, 1990. We have radar images of the tornado.

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We are tracking a very significant warm-up starting Sunday, and lasting throughout Thursday of next week. Our forecast team has just got done crunching the models, and sending over our high-definition model for everyone to review (top of screen). As you can see, we are going to be in a short cold-spell, but, this will all be changing once the weekend time rolls around! As of here, we can track a significant warm-up, and even see down near Philadelphia, that temperatures could reach over 95-degrees! Our map is mostly self-explanatory. And no… we didn’t try to make it look like a “blue-tornado”.  

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We are tracking a very significant warm-up starting Sunday, and lasting throughout Thursday of next week. Our forecast team has just got done crunching the models, and sending over our high-definition model for everyone to review (top of screen). As you can see, we are going to be in a short cold-spell, but, this will all be changing once the weekend time rolls around! As of here, we can track a significant warm-up, and even see down near Philadelphia, that temperatures could reach over 95-degrees! Our map is mostly self-explanatory. And no… we didn’t try to make it look like a “blue-tornado”.  

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The NWS SPC outlook has not changed much for Day 1, but, we have ‘FutureCast’ which will indicate where the sporadic cells will start to “fire”, and which way these cells will begin to take shape. We expect strong, moderate-lived storms that will fire in Eastern Ohio, and continue to fire in Beaver, Lawrence, and Mercer counties. Check back with the Pennsylvania Weather Authority for more information. Follow us on Facebook, and we are on Twitter @PAWXAuthority. 2:00PM – Storms will begin to developĀ in South East and Eastern Ohio. 5:00PM – Moisture levels in crease and storms will start to fire in Mercer, Lawrence, Butler Counties 6:00PM – The 5PM storms

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The NWS SPC outlook has not changed much for Day 1, but, we have ‘FutureCast’ which will indicate where the sporadic cells will start to “fire”, and which way these cells will begin to take shape. We expect strong, moderate-lived storms that will fire in Eastern Ohio, and continue to fire in Beaver, Lawrence, and Mercer counties. Check back with the Pennsylvania Weather Authority for more information. Follow us on Facebook, and we are on Twitter @PAWXAuthority. 2:00PM – Storms will begin to developĀ in South East and Eastern Ohio. 5:00PM – Moisture levels in crease and storms will start to fire in Mercer, Lawrence, Butler Counties 6:00PM – The 5PM storms

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Annually, 37,000 people die each year in vehicle crashes. An additional 2,350,000 are injured or disabled in vehicle accidents yearly, just in the United States. In March of 2017, the storm chasing community lost 3 storm chasers, 2 of which were independent contractors for The Weather Channel. Kelley Williamson and Randy Yarnell were media chasers. Unfortunately, careless driving was the fate of the two and Corbin Lee Jaeger was the victim to their careless driving. But, this post is not to downgrade any of them, but to bring light to careless media chasers. First, media chasing is different than regular storm chasing. When you are media chasing, you have sponsors to

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Annually, 37,000 people die each year in vehicle crashes. An additional 2,350,000 are injured or disabled in vehicle accidents yearly, just in the United States. In March of 2017, the storm chasing community lost 3 storm chasers, 2 of which were independent contractors for The Weather Channel. Kelley Williamson and Randy Yarnell were media chasers. Unfortunately, careless driving was the fate of the two and Corbin Lee Jaeger was the victim to their careless driving. But, this post is not to downgrade any of them, but to bring light to careless media chasers. First, media chasing is different than regular storm chasing. When you are media chasing, you have sponsors to

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A major warm-front will be sweeping Pennsylvania, and yes, temperatures will be reaching near 90-degrees on Wednesday! Even though today, Monday, will be less than 70-degrees – do not fear! The warm air will be coming in tomorrow which will cause the atmosphere to gradually warm for the summer time. But please note, non-severe thunderstorms are expected to “fire” over Ohio, bringing us warmth but also rain. High winds are also expected, but the forecast is really unclear if we will see severe-criteria thunderstorm cells or not. Pittsburgh, PA Forecast State College, PA Forecast Philadelphia, PA Forecast The NWS SPC Outlook for Day 2 highlights thunderstorms for Erie County, and surrounding

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A major warm-front will be sweeping Pennsylvania, and yes, temperatures will be reaching near 90-degrees on Wednesday! Even though today, Monday, will be less than 70-degrees – do not fear! The warm air will be coming in tomorrow which will cause the atmosphere to gradually warm for the summer time. But please note, non-severe thunderstorms are expected to “fire” over Ohio, bringing us warmth but also rain. High winds are also expected, but the forecast is really unclear if we will see severe-criteria thunderstorm cells or not. Pittsburgh, PA Forecast State College, PA Forecast Philadelphia, PA Forecast The NWS SPC Outlook for Day 2 highlights thunderstorms for Erie County, and surrounding

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A major pattern change is ahead after Mother’s Day, which will bring several big changes in the nation’s weather in the new week ahead. An omega block has influenced weather conditions across the U.S. so far this month, but this clog in the atmosphere is finally expected to break down next week. The pattern will slowly transition to an upper-level trough, or southward dip in the jet stream, in the West and an upper-level ridge, or northward bulge of the jet stream, over the East. The jet stream pattern is expected to change after Mother’s Day, with a trough developing in the West and a ridge over the East. The result

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A major pattern change is ahead after Mother’s Day, which will bring several big changes in the nation’s weather in the new week ahead. An omega block has influenced weather conditions across the U.S. so far this month, but this clog in the atmosphere is finally expected to break down next week. The pattern will slowly transition to an upper-level trough, or southward dip in the jet stream, in the West and an upper-level ridge, or northward bulge of the jet stream, over the East. The jet stream pattern is expected to change after Mother’s Day, with a trough developing in the West and a ridge over the East. The result

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When you wake up tomorrow, you will be stunned. Temperatures below 20-degrees will sweep the region overnight, mostly in the higher elevations. You may ask why, since its almost mid-May. Well, Pennsylvania is receiving a cold front. As you can see the current views of the high/low fronts, we have an approaching cold front that will “ride the buffer” of the high-front to the south. This will leave a harsh cold air with some winds tomorrow morning before the kiddo’s get on the bus. Gusts can be over 35 MPH in the higher-regions. Luckily, the cold will not last as long because the cloud-cover is VERY minimal. This will allow the

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When you wake up tomorrow, you will be stunned. Temperatures below 20-degrees will sweep the region overnight, mostly in the higher elevations. You may ask why, since its almost mid-May. Well, Pennsylvania is receiving a cold front. As you can see the current views of the high/low fronts, we have an approaching cold front that will “ride the buffer” of the high-front to the south. This will leave a harsh cold air with some winds tomorrow morning before the kiddo’s get on the bus. Gusts can be over 35 MPH in the higher-regions. Luckily, the cold will not last as long because the cloud-cover is VERY minimal. This will allow the

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BULLETIN – EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED Flash Flood Warning National Weather Service Pittsburgh PA 634 PM EDT FRI MAY 5 2017 The National Weather Service in Pittsburgh has issued a * Flash Flood Warning for… Armstrong County in west central Pennsylvania… Clarion County in west central Pennsylvania… * Until 930 PM EDT. * At 632 PM EDT, radar indicated continuing heavy rain across the warned area. Up to two inches of rain have already fallen. Flash flooding is underway in Kittanning. * Some locations that will experience flooding include… Clarion, Vandergrift, Kittanning, Knox, Rimersburg, Ford City, Leechburg, Freeport, New Bethlehem, West Kittanning, North Apollo and West Leechburg. This includes Interstate 80 in

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BULLETIN – EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED Flash Flood Warning National Weather Service Pittsburgh PA 634 PM EDT FRI MAY 5 2017 The National Weather Service in Pittsburgh has issued a * Flash Flood Warning for… Armstrong County in west central Pennsylvania… Clarion County in west central Pennsylvania… * Until 930 PM EDT. * At 632 PM EDT, radar indicated continuing heavy rain across the warned area. Up to two inches of rain have already fallen. Flash flooding is underway in Kittanning. * Some locations that will experience flooding include… Clarion, Vandergrift, Kittanning, Knox, Rimersburg, Ford City, Leechburg, Freeport, New Bethlehem, West Kittanning, North Apollo and West Leechburg. This includes Interstate 80 in

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Pennsylvania will experience severe storms tomorrow before hitting a May “deep freeze” till early next week. Everyone will likely see heavier rain showers, and in isolated area severe thunderstorms will be the largest concern. 1/2″ hail and smaller Strong downpours Areal flooding Winds 55 MPH and less (Gusts upto 65 MPH)

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Pennsylvania will experience severe storms tomorrow before hitting a May “deep freeze” till early next week. Everyone will likely see heavier rain showers, and in isolated area severe thunderstorms will be the largest concern. 1/2″ hail and smaller Strong downpours Areal flooding Winds 55 MPH and less (Gusts upto 65 MPH)

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