In a Friday morning hazardous weather outlook issued specifically for western Montgomery County, the National Weather Service warns of travel disruptions this weekend due to snow or sleet accumulation.
Colder temperatures in our region can be expected Saturday through Monday, thanks to a "Saskatchewan screamer," AccuWeather experts say. No one's predicting how much, if any, snow might fall.
A winter snow storm forecasters said would barrel across southeastern Pennsylvania and head north toward New York and beyond was portrayed before its Thursday night start as "quick moving but intense."
State College-based AccuWeather forecasters are "convinced" another winter storm is coming Thursday and Friday. They admit they're unsure, right now, where it heads. Across Pennsylvania is just one scenario.
Television stations promote it heavily in their markets. Radio stations trumpet its forecasts. And digital news websites - The Posts, for example - rely on the expertise of AccuWeather. It observes its 50th anniversary during November.
Bring an umbrella and bundle up. That's advice being offered in western Montgomery County for Friday (Nov. 12) by weather forecasters. They expect a soaking rain during the day, followed by sharp cold.
Friday and Saturday won't be just "nice," AccuWeather predicts. Those two days should be "great!, thanks to warm air movement and bright sunshine, it said. Sunday will be far cooler and cloudy.
A 6-1/2-hour period of dense fog Sunday morning is anticipated to make driving more hazardous than usual in western Montgomery County, the National Weather Service said. Visibility will be limited.