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Active Weather From the Upper Midwest to the East Coast

A strong cold front will impact the entire east coast this weekend with much cooler temperatures and gusty winds. Heavy snow and strong winds in the Upper Midwest will transition into the Northeast this weekend, and severe weather in the Ohio Valley will move into the Mid-Atlantic as a marginal risk. Out west, a cold weather system will bring more rain, and some areas of low elevation snow. Read More >

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LATEST REPORTS:

Public Report Maps
When we obtain reports from across the region - whether from spotters, the general public, or solicited information from people like PennDOT or Emergency Personnel - we quality-check the data.  We then try to issue Public Information Statements that summarize this information.
 
Snowfall Map across the region.

 

Co-Op Station Observations
  Once per day (usually around 7 am) more than 100 people across Central Pennsylvania send the NWS an observation covering the past 24 hours.  Most report rain and snow totals.  See More NWS Co-Operative Observation Maps here.

Snowfall from previous 24 hours

Seasonal Totals

 

Satellite Estimates
Check out the latest Satellite-based snow depth map centered over the region. (Link to an interactive map)

 

All NWS State College Text Statements/Forecasts: