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Schuylkill County Under a Winter Storm Watch on Wednesday

As much as 4-6 inches of snow could fall during the storm.

winter storm watch january 25 2023

National Weather Service has issued a WINTER STORM WATCH for Schuylkill County and much of central Pennsylvania ahead of an expected snowstorm on Wednesday.

Currently, the Winter Storm Watch is in effect from late Tuesday night through Wednesday evening.

NWS says heavy snow is possible during the winter storm with rates of up to 1 inch per hour falling at times.

Right now, the estimate is for between 4-6 inches of snow to fall during the course of the storm. A light ice glaze is also possible.

Forecasters warn travel may be difficult during the storm and the snow likely will impact your Wednesday morning commute.

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