Winter storms could arrive every two to three days through next week amid a tumultuous weather pattern that is due in part to a major buckling of the jet stream. Snow, sleet, and rain are on the menu.
A new winter storm is moving eastward through the nation's midsection. Periods of snow and ice will continue to push Wednesday night into the mid-Atlantic, engulfing much of the Northeast by Thursday.
A National Weather Service winter storm warning for western Montgomery County continues through Tuesday until 1 p.m. There's the possibility of additional inches of snow, and winds to 35 mph.
Rich red, orange and purple colors shone brightly in the Thursday morning sky at 6:45 a.m., as eyes in Sanatoga turned northeastward. The day, according to forecasters, is expected to be pleasant and rain-free.
As local commuters awake Tuesday morning, AccuWeather said they should prepare for some icing. It'll be followed Tuesday by more occasional rain. A light dusting of snow may arrive Wednesday.
A winter storm is spreading rain, snow and sleet across the Northeast and will continue to disrupt travel into Monday, AccuWeather reported. Montgomery County is dealing with persistent rain and cold.
Don't be caught unprepared for another day of intense sun, heat and humidity in the greater Pottstown PA area, AccuWeather insisted, even though early morning skies looked tranquil and colorful.
It's a sure bet the Pottstown area will see snow between Monday and Wednesday. Probably no less than 2 inches, AccuWeather said; probably no more than 8 ... but that leaves a lot of room in-between.