The National Weather Service in Pittsburgh has issued a Freeze Warning…which is in effect from 2 AM to 9 AM EDT Monday. The locations impacted are: Tuscarawas-Carroll-Columbiana-Coshocton-Muskingum-Mercer-Lawrence- Butler- Including the cities of New Philadelphia, Dover, Carrollton, Malvern, East Liverpool, Salem, Columbiana, Coshocton, Zanesville, Sharon, Hermitage, Grove City, New Castle, Ellwood City, and Butler.  *Freeze warnings are in dark blue* *Frost Advisories are in light blue* The National Weather Service in Pittsburgh has also issued a Frost Advisory…which is in effect from 2 AM to 9 AM EDT Monday. The locations impacted are: Harrison-Jefferson-Guernsey-Belmont-Noble-Monroe-Beaver-Allegheny- Washington-Greene-Westmoreland-Fayette-Hancock-Brooke-Ohio- Marshall-Wetzel-Marion-Monongalia- Including the cities of Cadiz, Steubenville, Cambridge, Martins Ferry, St. Clairsville, Caldwell, Woodsfield, Aliquippa, Beaver Falls,

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The National Weather Service in Pittsburgh has issued a Freeze Warning…which is in effect from 2 AM to 9 AM EDT Monday. The locations impacted are: Tuscarawas-Carroll-Columbiana-Coshocton-Muskingum-Mercer-Lawrence- Butler- Including the cities of New Philadelphia, Dover, Carrollton, Malvern, East Liverpool, Salem, Columbiana, Coshocton, Zanesville, Sharon, Hermitage, Grove City, New Castle, Ellwood City, and Butler.  *Freeze warnings are in dark blue* *Frost Advisories are in light blue* The National Weather Service in Pittsburgh has also issued a Frost Advisory…which is in effect from 2 AM to 9 AM EDT Monday. The locations impacted are: Harrison-Jefferson-Guernsey-Belmont-Noble-Monroe-Beaver-Allegheny- Washington-Greene-Westmoreland-Fayette-Hancock-Brooke-Ohio- Marshall-Wetzel-Marion-Monongalia- Including the cities of Cadiz, Steubenville, Cambridge, Martins Ferry, St. Clairsville, Caldwell, Woodsfield, Aliquippa, Beaver Falls,

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After a short cold front moved in, temperatures will warm up slightly by Tuesday, with temperatures reaching the low sixties by mid afternoon, and cooler in some northern parts of the state. Temperatures will fall into the upper thirties on Tuesday night for most of the state. Wednesday will see a bigger warm-up compared to the past few days, with temps reaching the mid-sixties by mid-afternoon. Below are the temperature models issued by the NWS: * Temperature forecast for Tuesday afternoon. Most of the state will see a warm up, some parts will remain in the fifties* * Temperature forecast for Wednesday afternoon* We will have a precipitation forecast ready by

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After a short cold front moved in, temperatures will warm up slightly by Tuesday, with temperatures reaching the low sixties by mid afternoon, and cooler in some northern parts of the state. Temperatures will fall into the upper thirties on Tuesday night for most of the state. Wednesday will see a bigger warm-up compared to the past few days, with temps reaching the mid-sixties by mid-afternoon. Below are the temperature models issued by the NWS: * Temperature forecast for Tuesday afternoon. Most of the state will see a warm up, some parts will remain in the fifties* * Temperature forecast for Wednesday afternoon* We will have a precipitation forecast ready by

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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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In light of the current severe weather outbreak in Pennsylvania, a few counties were placed under a flash flood warning. On average, more people are killed by flooding than by any other single severe weather hazard, including tornadoes, lightning, and hurricanes. Most of these deaths occur at night, when it is more difficult to recognize flood dangers, and when people are trapped in vehicles. Do you and your family know what to do in case of a flood? To start, what exactly does a flash flood watch mean? Be Prepared! A Flood Watch is issued when conditions are favorable for a specific hazardous weather event to occur. A Flood Watch is issued when conditions

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In light of the current severe weather outbreak in Pennsylvania, a few counties were placed under a flash flood warning. On average, more people are killed by flooding than by any other single severe weather hazard, including tornadoes, lightning, and hurricanes. Most of these deaths occur at night, when it is more difficult to recognize flood dangers, and when people are trapped in vehicles. Do you and your family know what to do in case of a flood? To start, what exactly does a flash flood watch mean? Be Prepared! A Flood Watch is issued when conditions are favorable for a specific hazardous weather event to occur. A Flood Watch is issued when conditions

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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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We are doing a HUGE giveaway, valued at nearly $500 USD! We want to promote small businesses and college students, so, we are giving away a copy of Microsoft Office 2016 Professional Plus and 4 – 3″x3″ PA Weather Authority Stickers that you can put on your fridge, laptop, or iPad! All you have to do is: LIKE our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/paweatherauthority/ LIKE our Facebook post! SHARE our Facebook post! We will verify ALL 3 items have been completed before declaring a winner, which will be picked randomly by Fanpage Karma: http://www.fanpagekarma.com/facebook-promotion The winner will be picked on May 14th, 2017.

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We are doing a HUGE giveaway, valued at nearly $500 USD! We want to promote small businesses and college students, so, we are giving away a copy of Microsoft Office 2016 Professional Plus and 4 – 3″x3″ PA Weather Authority Stickers that you can put on your fridge, laptop, or iPad! All you have to do is: LIKE our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/paweatherauthority/ LIKE our Facebook post! SHARE our Facebook post! We will verify ALL 3 items have been completed before declaring a winner, which will be picked randomly by Fanpage Karma: http://www.fanpagekarma.com/facebook-promotion The winner will be picked on May 14th, 2017.

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Heat waves, cooler, and rainy weather CAN all be caused by one of the events known as El Nino and La Nina. If you remember the heat wave last year where temperatures reached 100+ in some areas, El Nino was to blame. Here is why: El Niño and La Niña events are a natural part of the global climate system. They occur when the Pacific Ocean and the atmosphere above it change from their neutral (‘normal’) state for several seasons. El Niño events are associated with a warming of the central and eastern tropical Pacific, while La Niña events are the reverse, with a sustained cooling of these same areas.  The atmosphere

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Heat waves, cooler, and rainy weather CAN all be caused by one of the events known as El Nino and La Nina. If you remember the heat wave last year where temperatures reached 100+ in some areas, El Nino was to blame. Here is why: El Niño and La Niña events are a natural part of the global climate system. They occur when the Pacific Ocean and the atmosphere above it change from their neutral (‘normal’) state for several seasons. El Niño events are associated with a warming of the central and eastern tropical Pacific, while La Niña events are the reverse, with a sustained cooling of these same areas.  The atmosphere

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An unexpected cold front will sweep the region, leaving the cold-wet white stuff falling out of the sky again. Don’t worry! It will not be much, so keep the snow shovels in, but bring out the hats and coats, it’s going to be a cold one! Area A: A small dusting will coat cold surfaces and will make the roads wet, causing a concern for icing to occur so travel safely Monday Morning. Snow will fall throughout Tuesday off and on. Area B: Cold temperatures will let snow fall off and on between Sunday and Tuesday.

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An unexpected cold front will sweep the region, leaving the cold-wet white stuff falling out of the sky again. Don’t worry! It will not be much, so keep the snow shovels in, but bring out the hats and coats, it’s going to be a cold one! Area A: A small dusting will coat cold surfaces and will make the roads wet, causing a concern for icing to occur so travel safely Monday Morning. Snow will fall throughout Tuesday off and on. Area B: Cold temperatures will let snow fall off and on between Sunday and Tuesday.

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May 1, 2017 was an active severe storm day in western and central Pennsylvania. After a couple days of summer like temperatures, a strong cold front moved through bringing cooler temperatures. The Storm Prediction Center had most of Pennsylvania under “enhanced risk” for severe weather. At the time of writing, it feels more like a fall day than a spring day. I was documenting the storm that moved through at the Jacksville Esker at West Liberty and Mt. Union Roads in Worth Twp, Butler County, PA. I chose that vantage point because I am able to get a great view of the storm and I have a couple escape routes. I

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May 1, 2017 was an active severe storm day in western and central Pennsylvania. After a couple days of summer like temperatures, a strong cold front moved through bringing cooler temperatures. The Storm Prediction Center had most of Pennsylvania under “enhanced risk” for severe weather. At the time of writing, it feels more like a fall day than a spring day. I was documenting the storm that moved through at the Jacksville Esker at West Liberty and Mt. Union Roads in Worth Twp, Butler County, PA. I chose that vantage point because I am able to get a great view of the storm and I have a couple escape routes. I

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