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The snow predicted for Franklin County this afternoon is pretty much off the table now, but freezing rain and sleet will still move in tonight.
A major storm will hit the southern tier of South Central Pennsylvania sometime tonight, National Weather Service forecasters predict.
Franklin County is expected to get between 3-6 inches, but meteorologists say those totals could range from a small amount of snow to up to a foot.
Today’s snowfall will just be a teaser for what’s to come midweek when a major winter storm could dump up to a foot of snow on us.
High winds could to gust up to 50 miles an hour through early evening. The warning includes Franklin, Cumberland and Adams Counties.
Weather experts say we could get about an inch of snow across Franklin County by morning. But they warn it will probably be mixed with freezing rain just at the time everyone is getting ready to go to work.
National Weather Service has issued a flood advisory for southeastern as well as the northern part of Franklin County tonight.
Dangerous to extreme heat is predicted for this weekend, with temperatures on Saturday reaching the upper 90s and a heat index of 105 or greater.
The National Weather Service in State College PA has issued a Flood Advisory for southwestern Adams County and the southeastern part of Franklin County this evening.
The National Weather Service has issued a flood advisory as a result of a storm that is supposed to bring torrential rain to some parts of the county tonight.
Each year a dedicated group of volunteer weather spotters, known as Skywarn, provide National Weather Service offices across the country with important eyewitness information about tornadoes, flash floods and damaging thunderstorms.
This is the first of a five-part series about Severe Weather Awareness Week in Pennsylvania, Come back every day this week to learn more about the severe weather we experience in our area and how to be safe in any kind of bad weather conditions.
FRANKLIN COUNTY — A possible tornado knocked out power lines and damaged buildings along U.S. 30 between St. Thomas and Ft. Loudon Friday night, according to reports from the Pennsylvania Storm Chasers.