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Schuylkill County Snow Total Prediction Update: More North, Less South and West

We break it down town-by-town for Schuylkill County.

snowfall predictions update

We’re another day closer to the biggest snow storm of 2023 and as we get closer, we’re getting more predictions on just how much snow will fall on Schuylkill County.

As of this morning, forecasts all agree that it will snow on Wednesday morning. And at some point in the afternoon, the snow will start mixing with freezing rain and rain before changing to plain rain on Wednesday evening and night.

They all seem to agree, to a degree, that points south and west in Schuylkill County will get less snow than the interior, north, and east of the county.

What the forecasts don’t agree on just yet is how much snow will fall on Schuylkill County with this storm on Wednesday.

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Like we always do, we look at the forecasts from several sources to show you how they differ and agree.

Schuylkill County Snow Total Predictions for Jan. 25, 2023

Here’s a look at some of the more popular weather news outlets and what they’re predicting for this impending storm.

Accuweather

Snowfall totals predicted (as of Jan. 24, 12 a.m.):

  • Pottsville: 1-3″
  • Minersville: 1-3″
  • Schuylkill Haven: 1-3″
  • Pine Grove: 1-2″
  • Tower City: 1-3″
  • Shenandoah: 3-6″
  • Mahanoy City: 3-6″
  • Tamaqua: 3-6″
  • Orwigsburg: 1-2″
  • New Ringgold: 1-2″
  • Frackville: 3-6″
  • McAdoo: 3-6″
  • Saint Clair: 1-2″

The Weather Channel

Snowfall totals predicted (as of Jan. 24, 12 a.m.):

  • Pottsville: 3-5″
  • Minersville: 3-5″
  • Schuylkill Haven: 3-5″
  • Pine Grove: 3-5″
  • Tower City: 3-5″
  • Shenandoah: 3-5″
  • Mahanoy City: 3-5″
  • Tamaqua: 3-5″
  • Orwigsburg: 3-5″
  • New Ringgold: 3-5″
  • Frackville: 3-5″
  • McAdoo: 3-5″
  • Saint Clair: 3-5″

National Weather Service

Snowfall totals predicted (as of Jan. 24, 12 a.m.):

  • Pottsville: 2-4″
  • Minersville: 2-4″
  • Schuylkill Haven: 2-4″
  • Pine Grove: 2-4″
  • Tower City: 2-4″
  • Shenandoah: 3-5″
  • Mahanoy City: 3-5″
  • Tamaqua: 3-5″
  • Orwigsburg: 2-4″
  • New Ringgold: 2-4″
  • Frackville: 3-5″
  • McAdoo: 3-5″
  • Saint Clair: 2-4″

Based on the forecast you follow the most, you can see that this storm could be one that requires a snow shovel and the plows. But there seems to be a chance this will not drop that much snow on the area.

You’ll want to keep an eye on updates on the snow total forecasts throughout the day on Tuesday. They changed quite a bit throughout the day on Monday.

We’ll report back on Wednesday morning with our last prediction roundup before the storm arrives.

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