A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for Somerset, Bedford, Fulton, and Franklin Counties in PA. (Late tonight and into Monday afternoon)
Please see attached graphic for snowfall expectations. Snowfall will begin between 2 A.M. - 5 A.M. Monday morning, with the heaviest snowfall occurring between 5 A.M. - 2 P.M. Snow will begin to taper off after 2 P.M. and the storm should exit the region by 9 P.M. The heaviest snowfall will occur during the morning commute, thus making traveling very hazardous. Visibilities could be as low as 1/2 mile at times throughout the morning commute.
TODAY: Scattered rain showers, milder and cloudy. HIGH: 50. Winds: West 5 MPH.
TONIGHT: Rain will gradually change into snow in the early morning hours of Monday (before dawn). LOW: 31. Winds: North 6-8 MPH.
MONDAY: Heavy snowfall between 5 A.M. - 2 P.M. Storm tapering off after 2 P.M. and exiting the region by the late evening. HIGH: 33, LOW: 26.
TUESDAY: Rain/wintry mix, possibly sleet at times. HIGH: 36, LOW: 30.
WEDNESDAY: Rain/freezing rain. HIGH: 39, LOW: 17.
THURSDAY: Sun and clouds. Colder. HIGH: 31, LOW: 14.
FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy. HIGH: 33, LOW: 24.
SATURDAY: Rain showers. HIGH: 40, LOW: 28.
Have a great day! -- Meteorologist Stephanie Sine
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