The National Weather Service predicted western Montgomery County would be hit Saturday by 4-6 inches of heavy snow, and winds gusting to 45 mph through early Sunday. Avoid traveling, it warned.
Snowfall totals in portions of Montgomery, Berks and Chester counties, tallied Saturday night by the National Weather Service, might surprise you. With the storm ended, speed restrictions on U.S. Routes 422 and 202 were lifted.
Forecasters for AccuWeather and the National Weather Service said the snow, sleet, and rain of the weekend cleared out early Monday. Not so the frigid temperatures; they may last into Friday and beyond.
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.
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.
With 182 state-owned trucks at its disposal, and those of 254 private contractors, PennDOT said Wednesday it's ready to take on Mother Nature's worst winter weather during the 2021-2022 season.
With another winter storm being forecast for the coming weekend, members of the Sanatoga Fire Company issued a plea to community residents: if there's a fire hydrant nearby, please keep it snow-free.