Winter Weather Advisory Issued for Schuylkill County

Thursday, 06 Feb, 2020

There's plenty of clouds.

Driving to work Thursday and Friday could be hazardous, the National Weather Service said in issuing winter weather alerts for all of Upstate. Low temperatures will be in the upper 30s. Because of some clearing, temperatures drop quickly throughout the overnight hours in the mid-20s.

Along the Northeast coast, mostly rain is expected from Washington D.C.to New York City, with an icy mix in Boston changing to rain early Thursday. The best chance for this is in our north and northwest counties. High pressure returns Friday with drier and cooler weather.

Noon update: Scattered showers continue across Central Indiana with more showers expected to continue through the evening. Temperatures reach the 40s. Lows in the upper 40s.

Greater Bangor was forecast to see 4 to 6 inches of accumulation.

Wednesday night - Thursday morning will be the next focus for wintry weather.

Tuesday may be nice and sunny, but our next round of winter weather isn't far off.

WEEKEND OUTLOOK: Saturday starts cold but calm with sunshine. The normal highs this time of year are in the 30s so the last two days in the 60s have been a special treat. Pass travel will be wet, but not slick, across the Cascades. Less than a tenth of an inch of sleet and around a tenth of an inch of ice is possible. The main emphasis for Thursday morning is that any remaining snow will be out of here. That said, a recurring monthly pledge of any amount through Patreon can help us deliver more content, and more in-depth coverage throughout the region.