Another winter storm Wednesday night
SUNBURY – Another winter storm is set to hit the Central Susquehanna Valley late Wednesday night through most of Thursday. AccuWeather Meteorologist Heather Zehr says the amount of snow we will get is still pretty unclear.
Zehr explained, “There is one computer model that says we are going to get a lot of snow and it would be a good solid 8 inches. Other computer models say about 2, 3 or 4 inches is much more likely. So, we kind of have to keep our options open as far as how much snow falls. But, I don’t think we are going to be able to miss the snow entirely.”
Zehr continued, “Expect snow Thursday and expect that you are going to have to shovel some amount of snow. And, expect that it is going to cause some amount of disruption to your plans. However, how much still remains to be seen.”
Current predictions show we will get between 4 to 8 inches of snow. Areas to the south will see both snow and ice, which could cause power outages and treacherous travel. You can get the very latest on this winter storm on our website at www.wkok.com. (Ali Stevens)