The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for Cambria, Somerset, Bedford, Blair, Huntingdon and Southern Centre counties for Wednesday. Several inches of snow are likely in these areas. Winter Storm Warning for Most of Maryland.
A quiet Tuesday afternoon under way as we continue to monitor a deepening coastal storm that will bring heavy snow and create a travel nightmare across the eastern half of the state tomorrow. A fine line between heavy snow and a few inches and just where that line sets up remains to be seen. We're certain that the heaviest accumulations will total close to a foot along I-81 from Hagerstown northeastward to Harrisburg and into the Poconos. Lesser amounts will accumulate in the Laurel Highlands and central mountains but still enough to disrupt holiday travel. A Winter Storm Watch goes into effect Wednesday at 4:00am from the Laurel Highlands eastward and will expire at midnight. The National Weather Service will probably change the status from Watch to Warning later today. Anyone traveling toward Harrisburg or Philly should get an early start before conditions deteriorate tomorrow. No problems for those of you headed west toward Pittsburgh and beyond. Thanksgiving day will be brisk and cold with highs in the mid to upper 30s with a few snow showers. Dry and cold Friday with highs around 30. We'll warm into the 40s over the weekend.
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