Pennsylvania residents will be chilled to the bone as temperatures will drop to nearly 20-degrees! Scientists have been studying climate change, along with “polar vortexes” for several years. AccuWeather has predicted a harsh winter for the region, with freelance meteorologists projecting over 60″ of snow throughout the 2017-2018 winter. Tonight Temperatures will stay at 30-degrees of above, with partly cloudy skies. Wednesday Temperatures will drop to the low-20’s with partly cloudy skies. Thursday Temperatures will drop to the mid-20’s with partly cloudy skies. Friday A sunny day will be one of the final warm days, with a high of 46-degrees and a low of 36-degrees. Saturday A wet and cold day

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Pennsylvania residents will be chilled to the bone as temperatures will drop to nearly 20-degrees! Scientists have been studying climate change, along with “polar vortexes” for several years. AccuWeather has predicted a harsh winter for the region, with freelance meteorologists projecting over 60″ of snow throughout the 2017-2018 winter. Tonight Temperatures will stay at 30-degrees of above, with partly cloudy skies. Wednesday Temperatures will drop to the low-20’s with partly cloudy skies. Thursday Temperatures will drop to the mid-20’s with partly cloudy skies. Friday A sunny day will be one of the final warm days, with a high of 46-degrees and a low of 36-degrees. Saturday A wet and cold day

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Following mild, wet weather to end this week, progressively colder air will unleash rounds of heavy lake-effect snow from the Upper Midwest to the interior Northeast for travel during the week of Thanksgiving. Travel delays related to wind and/or snow are likely in parts of the midwestern and eastern United States. “We expect two major pushes of cold air into the eastern half of U.S. during the week of Thanksgiving,” according to AccuWeather Long-Range Meteorologist Evan Duffey. The weather pattern is giving mixed signals as to whether a storm will bring rain and snow to the East during the transition to the cold weather. However, a certainty will be the consequences

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Following mild, wet weather to end this week, progressively colder air will unleash rounds of heavy lake-effect snow from the Upper Midwest to the interior Northeast for travel during the week of Thanksgiving. Travel delays related to wind and/or snow are likely in parts of the midwestern and eastern United States. “We expect two major pushes of cold air into the eastern half of U.S. during the week of Thanksgiving,” according to AccuWeather Long-Range Meteorologist Evan Duffey. The weather pattern is giving mixed signals as to whether a storm will bring rain and snow to the East during the transition to the cold weather. However, a certainty will be the consequences

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With Tropical Storm Nate poised to reach Pennsylvania, questions remain about the impact in our state. PennLive is providing live updates on the latest forecasts and predictions about Nate’s track and how much rain it will bring. Our coverage below includes interviews with meteorologists, historical context, weather models and more. 8:20 p.m. Saturday: Nate makes landfall Hurricane Nate has made landfall at the mouth of the Mississippi River, according to the Associated Press. The National Hurricane Center indicated that as of 7 p.m. Central Daylight Time, the storm had sustained winds of 85 mph and was moving north at 20 mph. 7:09 p.m. Saturday: Waterspout spotted off of Alabama coast as

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With Tropical Storm Nate poised to reach Pennsylvania, questions remain about the impact in our state. PennLive is providing live updates on the latest forecasts and predictions about Nate’s track and how much rain it will bring. Our coverage below includes interviews with meteorologists, historical context, weather models and more. 8:20 p.m. Saturday: Nate makes landfall Hurricane Nate has made landfall at the mouth of the Mississippi River, according to the Associated Press. The National Hurricane Center indicated that as of 7 p.m. Central Daylight Time, the storm had sustained winds of 85 mph and was moving north at 20 mph. 7:09 p.m. Saturday: Waterspout spotted off of Alabama coast as

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If you are reading this, that means you saw the headlines. The Pennsylvania Weather Authority is tracking an extremely hot, and dry forecast over the next 10-days. Yes, temperatures can reach over 90-degrees on some days, with no rain in-sight! Please limit your time burning outside as one stray ember can catch a field or a wooded-area on fire rather fast. It is unknown if the National Weather Service will issue a Red Flag warning in Pennsylvania during this time, but be extremely vigilant if you want to have an open-flame outside. A Red Flag Warning is a forecast warning issued by the United States National Weather Service to inform area firefighting and land management

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If you are reading this, that means you saw the headlines. The Pennsylvania Weather Authority is tracking an extremely hot, and dry forecast over the next 10-days. Yes, temperatures can reach over 90-degrees on some days, with no rain in-sight! Please limit your time burning outside as one stray ember can catch a field or a wooded-area on fire rather fast. It is unknown if the National Weather Service will issue a Red Flag warning in Pennsylvania during this time, but be extremely vigilant if you want to have an open-flame outside. A Red Flag Warning is a forecast warning issued by the United States National Weather Service to inform area firefighting and land management

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Many readers have been contacting the Pennsylvania Weather Authority asking when can they expect to see fall foliage int he Pennsylvania region? Well, we have some great news for you! The peak time for viewing in our state is mid-October. The same goes for parts of Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia and Ohio. Further south, foliage peak times stretch into late October and early November. “Any color or leaf drop before October is most like the tree shutting down its resources early as a form of protection. By late summer the tree has already produced the majority of the nutrients that it needs to survive over winter, and the early shut

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Many readers have been contacting the Pennsylvania Weather Authority asking when can they expect to see fall foliage int he Pennsylvania region? Well, we have some great news for you! The peak time for viewing in our state is mid-October. The same goes for parts of Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia and Ohio. Further south, foliage peak times stretch into late October and early November. “Any color or leaf drop before October is most like the tree shutting down its resources early as a form of protection. By late summer the tree has already produced the majority of the nutrients that it needs to survive over winter, and the early shut

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We are releasing our very first 2017 Trick or Treat temperature map! This map is included to provide everyone a way to estimate how cold it will be while “trick or treating” this year in Pennsylvania! Feel free to share this with your friends and family. Please be aware, maps may change due to unexpected storms but currently, this is how cold it will be! Blue: The blue-shaded areas mean that temperatures will be 43° F or below. There is a chance for this changing due to warm-ups and unexpected storms. Yellow: The yellow-shaded areas mean the temperatures will be between 43° F and 50° F. Red: This is the warmest

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We are releasing our very first 2017 Trick or Treat temperature map! This map is included to provide everyone a way to estimate how cold it will be while “trick or treating” this year in Pennsylvania! Feel free to share this with your friends and family. Please be aware, maps may change due to unexpected storms but currently, this is how cold it will be! Blue: The blue-shaded areas mean that temperatures will be 43° F or below. There is a chance for this changing due to warm-ups and unexpected storms. Yellow: The yellow-shaded areas mean the temperatures will be between 43° F and 50° F. Red: This is the warmest

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Pennsylvania is home to many cities, wildlife, and blizzards… but hold onto your top-hat there Mr. Frosty – we’re not saying a blizzard is coming anytime soon! But unfortunately, many services are tracking what is expected to be a very bone-chilling winter with lots of snow, and yes, more ice. Temperatures Now let’s break this down from the beginning. There is no such thing as a polar vortex within the mainstream media… it is just a click-bait message to get users to click on links. Cold temperatures exist everywhere, just look at the several ice-ages the earth has had. But we can expect cold temperatures to be sweeping into the region

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Pennsylvania is home to many cities, wildlife, and blizzards… but hold onto your top-hat there Mr. Frosty – we’re not saying a blizzard is coming anytime soon! But unfortunately, many services are tracking what is expected to be a very bone-chilling winter with lots of snow, and yes, more ice. Temperatures Now let’s break this down from the beginning. There is no such thing as a polar vortex within the mainstream media… it is just a click-bait message to get users to click on links. Cold temperatures exist everywhere, just look at the several ice-ages the earth has had. But we can expect cold temperatures to be sweeping into the region

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