Southern Clinton Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Winter Weather Advisory
Statement as of 3:11 AM EDT on March 31, 2015

... Winter Weather Advisory in effect from 8 am this morning to
6 PM EDT this evening...

The National Weather Service in State College has issued a Winter
Weather Advisory for snow... which is in effect from 8 am this
morning to 6 PM EDT this evening.

* Locations... the central and northwest mountains of Pennsylvania.

* Hazard types... wet snow.

* Snow accumulations... ranging from 2 or 3 inches in the valleys
near Interstate 80... to 4 or 5 inches across the higher terrain.

* Timing... snow will spread quickly east into the region during
the mid to late morning hours. Rain will likely be mixed in
right at the onset... followed by the precipitation changing to
all snow. The snow will be wet since air temperatures will be in
the 30s.

* Impacts... isolated power outages due to the weight of the wet
snow on trees... which could be snapped and fall onto utility
lines. Untreated roads could become slushy during periods of
moderate to heavy snow.

* Winds... light and variable.

* Temperatures... mainly in the lower to mid 30s during the main
period of accumulating snow... from the mid morning to early
afternoon hours.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

Hazardous winter weather conditions are expected or occurring.
Use caution if traveling. For the latest weather information... go
to weather.Gov/statecollege or monitor NOAA Weather Radio.

Report snow or ice accumulation to the National Weather Service
State College by sending an email to ctp.Stormreports@noaa.Gov...
posting to the NWS State College facebook Page... or tweet
@nwsstatecollege with the hashtag c... T... p... W... x.

Special Statement
Statement as of 7:45 PM EDT on March 30, 2015

... Late season elevation dependent snowfall over central and
north central Pennsylvania Tuesday...

An Alberta clipper will spread snow into central and north central
Pennsylvania on Tuesday... beginning by dawn Tuesday morning across
the northwest and west central mountains and spreading eastward
through the morning commute.

As is typical with Spring snowfalls... accumulations will be
elevation dependent... with higher elevations and especially north
facing slopes of the west central and central mountains likely to
see 3 to 5 inches of snow. Valleys and the rest of central and north
central Pennsylvania are likely to see between one and three inches
of accumulation due to melting.

A Winter Weather Advisory for these amounts is not in effect at this
time... as advisory criteria requires County wide averages of 3
inches or more. Forecast snow amounts will be further fine tuned
overnight... and an advisory may be issued if confidence in higher
amounts increases for more highly populated valley locations.

Be prepared for winter driving conditions from Tuesday morning
through early afternoon across central and north central
Pennsylvania... with slush or snow covered roads likely in many
areas... especially over higher elevations.

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time... Mot... loc 1944z 240deg 49kt 4102 7854