Freezing rain expected Sunday morning, more rain in the evening

WARNING DAY: Freezing rain expected Sunday morning, more rain in the evening

Winter weather advisory for the entire Susquehanna Valley



SIX-YEAR-OLD CHILDREN. I AM DOMINIQUE. GET ALL YOUR BUSINESS NEWS ON CNBC. TIFFY: WE HAVE DONE A DAY TODAY FOR THE POTENTIAL OF ICE BUILD-UP THAT WILL IMPACT YOUR TRIP THIS MORNING AND THROUGH THE AFTERNOON. DISCLAIMER, SUSQUEHANNA VALLEY MH WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FORUC UNTIL 1:00 AM, BUT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JUST IMPROVED MIFFLIN COUNTY TO ICE STORM WARNING UNTIL NOON 002: THIS AFTERNOON. IT ALSO INCLUDES STATE COLLEGE, SO IF YOU LIVE THIS WAY, IT IS BETTER AVOID TRAVEL IF AT ALL POSSIBLE. TODAY FREEZING RAIN CHAINNGG OVER RAIN SO WATCH FOR ICE ROAD CONDITIONS 44-48. TONIGHT WE HAVE AN IMPACT – 24–28. FRONT WILL PASS. TOMORROW, WIND CHILLING IN ADOLESCENTS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR AS TEMPERATURES STRUGGLE TO REACH THE FREEZE MARK. ORTING SUN THEN AFTERNOON CLOUDS AND PERHAPS A FEW FLURRIES. SUPER DOPPLER 8 SHOWING THE FREENGZI RAIN IS VERY REPEATED IN OUR NORTHWEST COMMUNITIES. IT ISBO ISBO TO PUSH INTO HARRISRGBU, IMPACTING NORTH DOLPHIN, MIFFLIN, JUNIATA AND PERRY COUNTIES SO TRAVEL WILL BECOME TRHARD TO STETA COLLEGE. LEWISTOWN, PORT ROYAL, ALONG 81I-NEW TO SHIPPENSBURG AND CHAMBERSBG, UR FREEZING RAIN FALLING. THERE IS MORE FREEZING RAIN TOWARDS SOUTHERN ETH AND THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE LINE, LIKELY GROWING IN ADAMS, LANCASTER AND YORK COUNTIES WITHIN A FEW HOURS NTEX. LOWERING LIKE OLD RAIN UNIFORM BECAUSE THE TEMPERATURES ARE ABOVE FREEZING BUT AS IT COMES IN CONTACT WITH ANY SURFACE OR RDOA THAT IS NOT TREATED, THIS RAIN WILL FREEZE BECAUSE WE HAVE A VERY COLD CANON. ROAD TEMPERATURES ARE LESS THAN 30 TWO ALONG I-83 IN YORK COUNTY, ALONG 76 AND ALONG 22 O IT MEETS 322 IN LEWISTOWN, ROAD TEMPERATURES AROUND 30 DEGREES. HERE’S WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT DURING RAIN D. FREEZING RAIN IS GROWING OVER OUR NORTHWESTERN COMMUNITIES AND WILL DELIVER IT FURTHER SOUTH AND ETAS AS WE ARRIVE AT 8:00 AM AND 9:00 AM CONTINUING THROUGH NOON . 1:00 AM, 2:00 AM, 3:00 AM, FREEZING RAIN CHANGING TO RAIN AS TEMPERATURES RISE ABOVE 30 DEGREES – 32 DEGREES. THE RAIN WILL END THIS EVENING BY 7:00 PM OR 8:00 PM AND WE WILL DRY THINGS BUT THE WDIN WILL APPLY, COOLING THE WIND CHILL OF TEENS OR SINGLE NUMBERS. WE ARE LOOKING FOR 0.1 INCH ICING IN YORK COUNTY, FRANKLIN, DAUPHIN AND LEBANON COUNTY. .1 TO .25 NORTH AND WEST OF HARRISBURG AND THE PURPLE AREA IS THE HIGHEST IMPACT LOCATION, POTENTIALLY UP TO HALF AN INCH OF ICE. THAT WILL CAUSE MAJOR PROBLEMS UP TO STATE COLLEGE AND AREAS NORTH IN ENDAST. WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THE IMPACT OF FRZIEENG RAIN ON BRIDGES AND PASSAGES OVER FSTIR. THE BRIDGES BECOME SLIPPERY. CA, RS DKSEC, ALL HIGH WILL BE COATED WITH ICE. ISOLATED POWER FAILURES ARE POSSIBLE AND DANGEROUS MOVEMENTS ESPECIALLY IN THE NORTH AND WEST. THE STEELERS TAKE OVER THE RAVENS, YOU MAY HAVE TO DESCEND IN BALTIMORE. IF YOU CAN DELAY YOUR TRIP LATER THIS MORNING CLOSER TO GAME TIME THIS WOULD BE YOUR BEST BET, HOWEVER IF YOU ARE HEADING TO TAILGATE TT THERE WILL BE FREEZING RAIN AND ICE ROADS FOR THE GAME , ONLY LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS, COLD DAN BREEZY. ONCE WE HAVE PASSED TOMORROW, RO TUESDAY WILL LIKELY BE

WARNING DAY: Freezing rain expected Sunday morning, more rain in the evening

Winter weather advisory for the entire Susquehanna Valley

A winter weather warning is in effect for the entire Susquehanna Valley except Mifflin County until 1 p.m. An ice storm warning is in effect for Mifflin County until 2 p.m. Freezing rain is moving Sunday morning from the northwest to the southeast. Ice accumulations of up to a tenth of an inch will be possible for most, with up to a quarter of an inch north and west of Harrisburg. Bridges, viaducts and untreated roads will become slippery, leading to dangerous travel on Sunday morning. A layer of ice will develop on cars, bridges, sidewalks, tree branches and power lines, which could lead to power outages. Freezing rain is expected to gradually change to cold rain in the afternoon as temperatures climb above freezing until the mid-30s. The rain will end on Sunday evening as a strong arctic cold front passes through the region. The wind will pick up and it will be colder overnight with lows in the 20’s. Any standing water will refreeze, so watch out for ice when traveling on Sunday night and early Monday morning. The coldest air of the season will have an impact on us Monday and Tuesday. We keep Monday an impact day because the wind chills will likely oscillate at single digits / teenagers all day. The wind chill will drop to near 0 degrees from Monday evening to Tuesday morning. Tuesday will be the coldest day of the week with highs in the 1920s. Temperatures begin to moderate towards the end of the week.

A winter weather warning is in effect for the entire Susquehanna Valley except for Mifflin County until 1 p.m. An ice storm warning is in effect for Mifflin County until 2 p.m.

Freezing rain is moving Sunday morning from the northwest to the southeast. Ice accumulations of up to a tenth of an inch will be possible for most, with up to a quarter of an inch north and west of Harrisburg.

Bridges, viaducts and untreated roads will become slippery, leading to dangerous travel on Sunday morning. A layer of ice will form on cars, patios, sidewalks, tree branches and power lines, which could lead to power outages.

Freezing rain is expected to gradually change to cold rain in the afternoon as temperatures climb above freezing until the mid-1930s. The rain will cease on Sunday evening as a strong arctic cold front passes through the region. The wind will pick up and it will be colder overnight with lows in the 20’s. Any standing water will refreeze, so watch out for ice when traveling on Sunday evening and early Monday morning.

The coldest air of the season will impact us on Monday and Tuesday. We keep Monday an impact day because the wind chills will likely oscillate at single digits / teenagers all day. The wind chill will drop to near 0 degrees from Monday evening to Tuesday morning.

Tuesday will be the coldest day of the week with peaks in the 1920s. Temperatures start to moderate towards the end of the week.

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