Weather Outlook for February 1, 2018

While much of mid-to-late January was relatively mild across Pennsylvania, more wintry weather will return for the next week.
Weather Outlook for February 1, 2018 - News

Updated: February 2, 2018

Weather Outlook for February 1, 2018

Following a fast-moving disturbance that brought a couple inches of snow to parts of the state on Tuesday, Wednesday will have a few peaks of sun with temperatures near seasonal levels. Temperatures will briefly try to warm on Thursday morning and early afternoon before another disturbance brings more rain and snow showers to the region later Thursday into Friday. Some places will see a couple inches of snow after any rain transitions to all snow. By Sunday, another disturbance will bring more snow to the region followed closely by a storm that will move up the East Coast early next week. At this time, timing and exact track of these disturbances are uncertain. The coastal storm Monday into Tuesday could potentially bring light to moderate snow accumulations to primarily eastern Pennsylvania. Current model guidance indicates that February will likely be primarily colder than normal with above normal precipitation, at least for the first half of the month.

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Authors

Kyle Imhoff