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Jose Continues to Bring Dangerous Surf and Rip Currents to the East Coast

Post Tropical Jose continues to meander and slowly weaken off the coast of southern New England. Heavy rains bands and thunderstorms are expected to produce 1 to 2 inches of additional rainfall and tropical-storm-force winds. Swells from Jose will bring the risk of dangerous surf and rip current conditions for much of the U.S. East Coast for the next several days. Read More >

mesowest sample map

MesoNet (Dense Network)
of Real-Time Observations

Data plots via MesoWest--a partnership between the NWS, the University of Utah, and fire control agencies across the nation.

Satellite Pictures:

Pictures zoomed into Central PA from NOAA NESDIS page

NASA Interactive Weather Satellite Imagery

NWS Aviation Weather Center Satellite Interface

Radar Images:

KCCX Radar Image
KCCX - Central PA

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Images/Maps of the current conditions (temperature, wind, etc.) are available via this link.

 

ER Hydromet Display - Maps of Snowfall, Rainfall, and Wind from PNS reports

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Current Observations for Individual Sites:

48 Hour (decoded) Observations Raw METARs
Altoona/Blair Co. Airport KAOO
Bradford Reg. Airport KBFD
Clearfield Airport KFIG
Du Bois/ Jefferson Co. Airport KDUJ
Harrisburg (Middletown) Int'l Airport KMDT
Harrisburg (Capital City) Airport KCXY
Johnstown/Cambria Co. Airport KJST
Lancaster Airport KLNS
Selinsgrove (Penn Valley) Airport KSEG
State College (Univ. Park) Airport KUNV
Williamsport/Lycoming Co. Airport KIPT
York (Thomasville) Airport KTHV

Atmospheric Soundings (balloon observations):
Choose from a map of all upper-air sites across the U.S. (from UCAR in Boulder, CO)
Soundings from the Univ of Wyoming (Text bulletins, and recent-past data, too)

Meteorological Conversion Utilities
(from NWS St. Louis, MO)

Satellite-based snow depth estimates over the region.
(Includes an interactive map)

 

 

 

All NWS State College Text Statements/Forecasts: