Megan James' Forecast | A wicked cold front brings winter weather

Clay Curtis
November 11, 2019

At this point, light accumulations are possible.

Monday is Veterans Day and could be our coldest one yet. Highs will only reach the mid 20s to near 30 with wind chills in the teens all day.

It looks like Boston has a chance at breaking the record for the coldest high in the afternoon. We will see if any records break. While we have the cold we will also start to see snow after what could be an icy morning as well. With the freezing line shifting south later in the morning, the bands of snow will shift south as well.

According to the National Weather Service at State College, a low-pressure system lifting across the state will bring snow late Monday and into Tuesday. That system snow will move through for the 1 half of tomorrow, impacting the AM drive especially north of the Toll Road, before switching to lake effect snow in the afternoon.

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The front will bring January-like temperatures to some locations that are expected to be as much as 30F (17C) colder than normal for the time of year. Snow will begin as early as 7 AM on Monday for our northern counties.

Thursday, Nov. 14: Mostly sunny with a high temperature in the upper 30s.

There is an 80 percent chance of that snow continuing until noon, becoming snow showers after that. Once we factor in the winds as well we can have feel like temperatures in the single digits both Tuesday and Wednesday.

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