Bryan's Tuesday Evening Forecast: 2/11/14

Bryan's Tuesday Evening Forecast: 2/11/14

A Winter Storm Watch remains in effect for the viewing area, with some counties already being upgraded to Winter Storm Warning. Meteorologist Bryan Schuerman has ll the details in his forecast for Tuesday Evening February 11th, 2014.
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Weather Alerts:  Several weather alerts remain in effect for the incoming winter storm from Wednesday Night into Thursday:

Winter Storm Warning in effect from 1:00 AM to 10:00 PM Thursday

In Pennsylvania: Adams County, Pennsylvania

Winter Storm Watch from 7:00 PM Wednesday to 10:00 PM Thursday

In Maryland: Allegany, Frederick, Garrett and Washington
In Pennsylvania: Bedford, Franklin and Fulton
In West Virginia: Berkeley, Grant, Hampshire, Hardy Jefferson, Mineral & Morgan
In Virginia: Clarke, Frederick, City of Winchester, Loudoun, Page, Shenandoan and Warren

Our next winter storm will be moving through the area from Wednesday Night into Thursday, and here is what we expect:

  • Snow will develop between 9:00 PM and Midnight on Wednesday Night
  • Snow will be at it’s heaviest from near midnight into Thursday Morning
  • Snow will wind down as we get into Thursday Night
  • The snow that does fall, will be a heavy, wet snow, which will accumulate fast, and cause major travel issues and could also bring down tree limbs and power lines

Expected Snowfall Accumulation:

Most of the area Along and to the East of Interstate 81 is looking at anywhere from 6 inches to 12 inches of snow.

Our western zones, including Garrett County could see 3 inches to 6 inches of snow.

This snow will be a heavy, wet snow. In addition, we will have winds gusting upwards of 25 MPH during this period, which once again, we will be re-visiting the potential of power outages due to the weight of the snow on the power lines and/or trees or tree branches coming down.

Stay with WHAG: Your Local Weather Leader, we'll keep you ahead of the storm as it moves into the area.

Your Local Weather Leader Short Term Forecast:

Tonight: Mostly clear skies and frigid.  Low: 0-5. Winds: Northwest 3-6 MPH.

Tomorrow (Wednesday): Increasing cloudiness, skies becoming mostly cloudy late.  High: 22-27.

Wednesday Night: Mostly cloudy skies with snow developing after 9:00 PM. Some snow will be heavy at times after 11:00 PM.  Low: 16-21.

Your Local Weather Leader Extended Forecast:

Thursday: Snow likely. Significant accumulations possible. High: 32.  Low: 23.

Friday: Mostly cloudy skies with light snow possible.  High: 39.  Low: 24.

Saturday: Partly sunny skies.  High: 30.  Low: 18.

Sunday: Cloudy skies with light snow possible.  High: 34.  Low: 25.

Monday: Partly sunny skies.  High: 34.  Low: 26.

Tuesday: Cloudy skies with a chance of rain and snow.  High: 41.  Low: 28.
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