PA. WEATHER: winter storm transferring out

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PA. WEATHER: winter storm moving out

Central Pa. Winter storm moves out

WGAL News 8 snow forecast

Updated: 1:15 PM EST February 19, 2021

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>> NOW THE WGAL NEWS 8 STORMTEAM FORECAST WITH METEOROLOGIST TIFFANY SAVONA. TIFFANY: THE AVERAGE SNOWFALL TOTAL FOR THIS SEASON IS 1.6, AND WE ARE – WE ARE ALREADY ABOVE THE TOTAL. THE MAIN STREET IN THE CITY IS LOOKING AT THIS TIME, BUT ON THE SECONDARY STREETS, SIDE WALKS – SECONDARY STREETS, SIDE WALKING, COUNTRY ROADS ARE STILL SOME ICE POINTS. PARTIALLY CLOUDY AND BREEZY TONIGHT, LOW IN THE 20S BUT IT FEELS LIKE IT WILL BE IN THE TEENAGER. TOMORROW REMAINS BREEZY. HI NOW AT – HIGH MORNING AT 30-34. You need to band together. NOW, 31 IN LANCASTER, 30 IN YORK, 32 DEGREES IN GETTYSBURG. SUPER DOPPLER 8 SHOWS STEADY PRECIPITATION EAST OF US AND LIGHT SNOW LINGERING IN EASTERN LANCASTER COUNTY, EASTERN LIBANON AND ALSO IN SOUTHEASTERN YORK COUNTY. As it begins to move away from us, you will see the rainfall begin to turn off this afternoon. We start with sunshine tomorrow morning. TEMPERATURES IN THE ADOLESCENTS, MIDDLE TO MORNING MORNING MORNING. Then it should be partly sunny. We're going through Sunday and I think Sunday will be your better day of the week. We'll see plenty of sunshine by Sunday afternoon after those tall clouds are pushed in, but the highs are technically in their mid 30's. Let's look at Sunday evening and early Monday morning. This is when our next storm system could move and commute by this morning. We'll be watching it very closely, but then it looks like warmer air is moving behind the warm front, and we could see the snow changing to rain on Monday. We could make an impact day happen on Monday, but we won't

Central Pa. Winter storm moves out

WGAL News 8 snow forecast

WGAL

Updated: 1:15 PM EST February 19, 2021

The winter storm that has been sweeping central Pennsylvania since Thursday should end this afternoon. See Tiffany Savona's full forecast above.

The winter storm that has been sweeping central Pennsylvania since Thursday should end this afternoon. See Tiffany Savona's full forecast above.

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