>> NOW, THE IMPACT DAY FORECAST WITH THE WGAL NEWS 8 STORM TEAM. MARY ELL:EN IT IS AN IMPACT DAY TODAY. WE AOLS HAVE A WIND ADVISYOR THAT GOES INTO EFFECT AT 9:00 A.M. UNTIL 7:00 P..M. THE WIND WILL BECOME BLUSTERY. IT COULD GUST AS HIGH AS 40 TO 50 MESIL AN HOUR. THE SECOND HALF OF THE WEENDKE IS LOOKING SUNNY AND QUIET. MUCH LEAD OR WINDS. THE FORECAST FOR TOD.AY INCREASING CLOUDS THIS MORNING. WE WATCH FOR SNOW SHOWERS AND SNOW SQUALLS TO BLOW THROUGH THE AREA. THE WIND WILL INCREASE. TEMPERATURES TOUGH OUT IN THE UPRPE FORECAST — UPPER 40’S. IT WILL BE BRI ASKND COLD. THE WIND WILL STILL BE GUSTY BUT NOT STRONG. ITIL WL SLOWLY DIMINISH AS WE HEAD FURTHER INTO OVERNIGHT. THAT WILL NEED TO LOWS INTO THE TEENS TOMORROW MORNING. I DO EXPECT LOTSF O SUNSHINE AND TEMPERATESUR IN THE UPPER 30’S AND 40’S. SOUTHMOST BREEZE AT 5-10 MILES AN HOUR. LOOKING AT THE SKY CAM APPEARED CLOUDS ARE STIRRING TO IFDRT IN AFTER A MOSTLY CLEAR NIGHT 26 IS THE CURRENT READING. THE WINDS ARE CALM IN THIS LOCATION. 26 IN CARLISLE. MID-20’S AND CHAMBERSBURG, 27 IN GETTYSBURG. COLD SPOT IN LEBANNO AT 17. LEBANON INHE T MID-20’S. THE WIND RIGHT NOW IS CALLED OR STARTING TO PICK UP. CAN SEE A FEW SPOTS WHERE WE ARE SEEING THE WIND CLOSE TO 12 MILES AN HR.OU IT MAKES THOSE TEMPERATURES FEEL LIKE THEY’RE IN THE TEENS. WISND WILL ONLY CONTINUE TO INCREASE AS WE GO FURTHER INTO THE AFTERNOON. A WIND ADVISORY IS IN EFFECT FOR THE ENTIRE AREA FROM 9:00 A.M. UNTIL 7:00 P.M. THIS EVENING. SUSTAINED WINDS EXPECTING TOE B 15-20 MILES AN HOUR THWI GUSTS AROUND 40-50 MILES AN HOUR. YOWAU NTO T WALK OUT FOR BRIDGES, TRASH CANS, RECYCLE BINS. WITH THEIN WD YESTERDAY, A LOT OF TRASH OFF THE YARDS. PEOPLE PUT THEIR RECYCLE BINS OUTCOME OCCUR TO HOLD OFF. THE WIND WILL BE STRONG. THERE COULD BE SO ISOLATED POWER OUTAGES AS WL.EL THE RADAR IS QUIET. WEO D HAVE INCREASING CLOUDS STARTING TO MOVE IN. THE FRONT JUST OFF TO THE NORTHWEST. THAT WILL BLOWHE T AREA WE HAD THROUGH EARLY AFTERNOON HOURS. YOU CAN SEE HOW AHEAD OF IT THE LINE OF SNOW SHOWERS IS. THERE WILL BE ETH THREAT AS WE GO INTO ELYAR MORNING AFTERNOON. A SNOW SQUALL IS A QUICK, SHORT BUT RSOF SNOW. COULD HAVANE IMPACT IF YOU’RE CAUGHT ON THE ROADWAY. ANYTIME AFTER NINEIG B A.M. AND SHOULD BE OUTY B 2:00 P.M. OF THE SOUTHEAST. A LIGHT COATING OF SNOW IS POSSIBLE. A LOW, SUDDEN DROP IN VISIBILITY FOLLOWING WITH TEMPERATURES AND SLICK ROADWAYS COULBED POSSIBLE. WE CAN LOOK AT THE TIMING. WE SEE THEM MOVING THROUGH, FRANKLIN COUNTY. ADAMS, DAUPHIN, LEBANON, YORK. MOST OF IT WILL BE OUT OF HERE BY 2:00. IT WILL PUSH OFF TO THE SOHUT AND EAST. HERE IS A LOOK AT THE PREDICTOR. IT COULD EVEN COME IN EARLIER. WE WILL CONTINUE TO CROSS TO THE AREA. YOU DON’T WANT TO GET CAUGHT ON THE ROADWAY UNDER ONE OF THE SNOW SQUALLS. BECAUSE SOME SLICK CONDITIONS. AND THEN IT MOVES OUT OF HERE. SKIES WLIL CLEAR OUT. SUNSHINE DOES RETURN ONCE THE FRONT IS THROUGH. IN FACT, THE SKIES WILL CLEAR TONIGHT AND WERE LOOKING AT PLENTY OF SUNSHINE TOMORROW AND INTO MONDAY. TEMPERATURES WILL GRADUALLY WARM AS WE HEAD INTO THE WORK WEEK. HERE’S YOUR 10 DAY FORECAST. 40 SAY. FILLGIN THE 20’S. LOTS OF SUNSHINE. THE SUNSHINE CONTINUES MONDAY WITH HIGHS IN THE 50’S. RAIN CHANCES RETURN ON TUESDAY. IT DOES STATE MDIL UNTIL A SYSTEM COM

IMPACT DAY: Snow squalls and blustery winds possible

Fast moving cold front to impact Central Pa.

A fast-moving cold front will sweep across the Susquehanna Valley late morning into the early afternoon.This could bring some snow showers or squalls, which may coat roads, and make them slippery. Poor visibility is also a possibility.They are fast-moving and once gone, skies will clear late afternoon, however, winds are expected to be strong, with gusts up to 50 mph. The threat for snow squalls makes it an IMPACT DAY.Tonight, as skies clear and winds slowly diminish, temperatures plummet back into the teens. Brighter skies and lighter winds are around for Sunday. Highs are chilly in the upper 30s to near 40 degrees. We are milder, and quite nice on President’s Day, with highs in the middle 50s, under plenty of sunshine. Rain chances return Tuesday, but mild temperatures hang on until midweek. The next system brings colder air and a threat for a wintry mix late week. Next week is looking dry and chilly.

A fast-moving cold front will sweep across the Susquehanna Valley late morning into the early afternoon.

This could bring some snow showers or squalls, which may coat roads, and make them slippery. Poor visibility is also a possibility.

They are fast-moving and once gone, skies will clear late afternoon, however, winds are expected to be strong, with gusts up to 50 mph. The threat for snow squalls makes it an IMPACT DAY.

Tonight, as skies clear and winds slowly diminish, temperatures plummet back into the teens. Brighter skies and lighter winds are around for Sunday. Highs are chilly in the upper 30s to near 40 degrees.

We are milder, and quite nice on President’s Day, with highs in the middle 50s, under plenty of sunshine. Rain chances return Tuesday, but mild temperatures hang on until midweek. The next system brings colder air and a threat for a wintry mix late week. Next week is looking dry and chilly.

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