More than 2 ft of snow for parts of Pennsylvania

AS LITTLE AS 6 INCHES OVER EASTERN MCKEAN COUNTY…TO OVER 2 FT OF SNOW ACROSS NORTHWEST WARREN COUNTY SNOWBELT.

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA

COLD AIR WILL CONTINUE TO RUSH ACROSS THE GREAT LAKES. THE GUSTY WEST TO NORTHWEST WINDS WILL CA– USE LAKE EFFECT AND LAKE ENHANCED SNOW FALL THROUGH TUESDAY EVENING.

INCLUDING THE CITIES OF…WARREN…BRADFORD

LOCATIONS…THE NORTHWEST MOUNTAINS…ESPECIALLY THE SNOW BELT TO THE WEST OF WARREN.

ACCUMULATIONS…ANOTHER 2 TO 6 INCHES OF SNOW…WITH THE HIGHER AMOUNTS TO THE WEST OF WARREN.

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/view/states.php?state=PA&map=on

Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this link


1 thought on “More than 2 ft of snow for parts of Pennsylvania

  1. The current snow cover map is almost the same as the ice age map on the right margin of this site. Could it be that an ice age is set off by something as simple as a blocking pattern, like the current pattern, that lasts a really long time. It’s an interesting thought experiment at very least. Consider the positive feedback once albedo reaches a certain point.

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