LOCK HAVEN — This afternoon’s storm is expected to bring a winter-like mixture of snow, sleet and rain across the region, making roads and sidewalks a little slippery.
No freezing rain is expected at the time of this writing. However, according to the National Weather Service, at most he is likely to experience half an inch of sleet, mostly between 1:00 and 4:00 p.m. NWS forecasters suggest a secondary cyclone system that formed on Sunday could push up the storm total. There is a nature.
After 4pm, precipitation is forecast to change to all rain through midnight.
The storm also has winds, with the NWS suggesting gusts could reach 25 mph or more.
Tomorrow’s highs will reach 47 degrees Celsius and the rain will continue until noon, so the build-up will melt away.
This storm may just be the beginning of winter this week.
Another storm that packs a wintery mixture is now forecast for Thursday night through Friday, though it’s a little too early for reliable details. What we now know is that the storm is coming from the west and could push to the front system, or south and rise along the coast.