Winter Storm Watch Issued for Schuylkill County

Conditions are relatively quiet across the area this afternoon with cloudy skies and cold conditions.

A second round of snow will be developing to our south during the evening, and will spread into the metro after 9pm. This storm has been trending farther west, meaning more of it could be rain rather than ice or snow. Some mixed winter precipitation possible.

The NWS warned that there could be a "corridor of copious rainfall" that develops and lasts through Thursday morning.

Drier conditions expected for Thursday and Friday before rain and warmth returns for the upcoming weekend!

Snow is expected to arrive just in time for the evening commute on Wednesday, at about 4 p.m. Most areas may receive a few centimetres of snow and ice pellets before the transition to freezing rain.

Tuesday night could bring winter weather, and even winter storms, for parts of the Piedmont Triad.

ADDITIONAL DETAILS.Plan on hard travel conditions, including during the evening commute on Wednesday.

Potential snowfall amounts have increased from Tuesday's forecasts. The showers should end during the morning, with some clearing working in for the afternoon. It will be mostly sunny and windy through the day, the National Weather Service said.