WEBVTT >> WGAL NEWS 8 --NOW THE STORM TEAM 8 FORECASTWITH METEOROLOGIST ETHANHOUSTON.ETHAN: ALONG THE YORK ANDLANCASTER SHORELINES ICE JAMSARE CAUSING MINOR FLOODING.WE CLIMBED INTO THE 50'S TODAY.I THINK WE WILL BE THERE ONCEAGAIN TOMORROW.ALSO TUESDAY AHEAD OF A COLDFRONT.THAT WILL DROP TEMPERATURES DOWNTO NEAR AVERAGE MIDWEEK, BUTTHEN WE WARM BACK UP.AS THE COLD FRONT GETS CLOSER TOUS, BE PREPARED FOR RAIN CHANCESTO GO UP, ESPECIALLY MONDAYNIGHT INTO TUESDAY.IT LOOKS LIKE TUESDAY WILL...
WEBVTT >> NOW, THE WGAL NEWS EIGHTSTORM TEAM FORECAST.ETHAN: A LITTLE TASTE OF SPRINGOUT THERE.WE'RE STILL MONITORING THE RIVERAND THREATS OF FLOODING ALONGTHE BANKS.TEMPERATURES SHOULD STAY ABOVEAVERAGE FOR MOST OF THIS WEEK,ONLY AT TIMES WILL WE SEE ACOUPLE OF DAYS AT NEAR AVERAGE.FOR MOST OF THE WEEK AHEAD, ITIS GOING TO FEEL WARMER THAN ITHAS BEEN FOR MUCH OF OURJANUARY.BE PREPARED, AS WE HEAD INTOLAKE -- LATE MONDAY INTOTUESDAY, THERE COULD BE RAIN INTHE FORECAST.RIGHT NOW, TEMPERATURES...
WEBVTT MET YESTERDAY FOR THESECOND TIME IN A WEEK AS I TRYTO HAMMER OUT DETAILS FOR THENORTH'S PRECIPITATION --PARTICIPATION IN A GAMES.>> THE KEY THING TO REMEMBERWITH THIS SNOW IS IS IS A -- ISIT IS A PROLONGED SNOW EVENT.SOME SPOTS HAVE SEEN SNOW, LIKEHARRISBURG, SINCE 4:00 THISMORNING.THE CAPITAL CITY IS 32 DEGREESWITH A LIGHT BREEZE OF THE EAST.HERE IS A LIVE LOOK AT HANOVER.WE HAVE NOT SEEN MUCH AT ALL.YOU CAN SEE OUTSIDE RIGHT NOW,JUST A LIGHT DUSTING ON THEGROUND AND A FEW FLURRIES...
Flood warning continues for Swatara Creek in Lebanon & Schuylkill Counties till this evening. The creek is cresting above flood stage, it's expected to drop below action stage later this evening. https://t.co/BcPzyNZdlG
Skies are mostly sunny in Lancaster & York, but it's FOGGY over Harrisburg!
Why? Air temps are in 50s & Susq. River temps are in the 40s. Warm, moist air moves over the cooler water & condenses into a cloud. Result: fog!
Fog should lift in coming hours. https://t.co/UF6ixD5mpm
A Flood Warning is in effect for the Swatara Creek at Harper Tavern in Lebanon County till late this evening.
The creek's level is rising quickly and is forecast to be above flood stage till later this evening. Minor flooding is forecast. https://t.co/nu70U7PvYy
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