• Calculate the Wind Chill
  • Severe Weather April 19, 2013
  • Spring 2013 Skywarn
  • Snowfall Reports for March 25, 2013
  • New Director of the National Weather Service
  • New River Forecast Point at Middletown, PA
  • Happy National Weatherperson's Day!
  • NWS Mobile Delivers App Functionality to your Web-enabled or Smart Phone device
  • Snowfall from Dec 26th, 2012 Storm
  • See a 5-minute time lapse loop of the entire 2012 Hurricane Season in the Atlantic Basin
  • The U.S. 2012-2013 NOAA Winter Outlook Has Been Updated
  • Weather data from nation's largest wind farms could improve U.S. models, forecasts
  • GIS day, November 14th, 2012
  • Be prepared for Winter Weather - it is Winter Weather Awareness Week.
  • Check out these great NOAA/NESDIS nice Flash animations of satellite images with overlays of radar and surface obs possible.
  • Monitor River Levels
  • Monitor Precipitation
  • See a Loop of Recent Pressure and Sustained Winds
  • Potential Historic Storm for Central PA
  • Lancaster County (Drumore to Paradise) Tornado of October 19th.
  • 2012-2013 NOAA Winter Outlook
  • Read all the interesting articles in the NEW Fall 2012 SkywarnTM Spotter Newsletter (PDF)
  • Examine Historical Hurricane Images
  • See the map of when the normal first-freeze in the autumn occurs.
  • El Niño, La Niña and U.S. winter weather
  • Greencastle Tornado of August 26th 2012
  • Watch the National Hurricane Center web page for the latest updates on Isaac
  • July 2012 marked the hottest month on record for the contiguous United States
  • NOAA raises hurricane season prediction despite expected El Niño
  • 35th Anniversary of the Johnstown Flood of July 20, 1977
  • Pennsylvania Department of Enviornmental Protection Issues Drought Watch for 15 western PA Counties
  • Follow the Twitter feed from NWS State College (@NWSStateCollege)
  • Wireless Emergency Alerts have begun for Weather Alerts
  • Public Alerts - including NWS Warnings and Advisories - are being mapped by Google
  • Lightning Safety Awareness Week is June 24-30, 2012
  • Two Flood Crests on the Susquehanna River at Harrisburg Adjusted on the NWS AHPS Web Site
  • Agnes Remembered - 40 years ago (MARFC Link)
  • Two Tornadoes Occurred in Central PA on June 1st
  • May 2012 was the 5th warmest May ever
  • See maps and pictures of the snowfall from Monday into early Tuesday
  • Read the Spring 2012 Skywarn Spotter Newsletter (PDF)
  • Join us at the Millersville Public Weather Awareness Day (Sat April 14th)
  • Monday March 12th through Friday March 16th is Flood Safety Awareness Week
  • Read more about Dual-Polarization (Dual-Pol) Radar (link to NWS Binghamton)
  • STATE COLLEGE PA WSR-88D DUAL POL UPGRADE BEGINS MARCH 19TH
  • State College PA (KCCX) Dual Pol Upgrade Begins February 24
  • NWS Forecast for Valentine, NE
  • January 2012 the 4th Warmest for the CONUS
  • Happy Weatherperson's Day
  • Groundhog Day Background and Folklore
  • The Secret to Punxsutawney Phil's forecasting...
  • Snow Event of Jan 20 and 21, 2012
  • Winter Outlook for 2011-2012
  • Snow and Ice forecast this weekend...
  • Winter Outlook for 2011-2012
  • Winter Returns to Pennsylvania
  • FLASH FREEZES LIKELY OVERNIGHT INTO FRIDAY MORNING. (12-13 Jan 2012)
  • Winter Outlook for 2011-2012
  • See a video on how to properly measure snowfall
  • Read the New SkywarnTM Spotter Newsletter (PDF)
  • Winter Weather Awareness Week Nov 6th - 11th
  • October 29th (Record) Snowfall
  • NOAA/NWS/CPC Winter Outlook (December 2011 - February 2012)
  • Williamsport Sets Annual Precipitation Record
  • Flood Inundation Maps for Jersey Shore, PA begins on Wednesday, Oct. 26th
  • NOAA prepares for new Polar-Orbiting NPP Satellite
  • U.S. warmer than average in September/Record Precipitation in the Northeast
  • NWS State College Remembers the 100 Year Anniversary of the Austin Dam Break and Flood
  • Harrisburg Sets September and Annual Rainfall Records
  • New River Forecast Points on Daily River Forecast
  • Unofficial (subject to review) river crests for rain due to remnants of Lee (7 to 10 Sep 2011)
  • Storm Total Rainfall Reports Sept 4-8, 2011
  • Latest Aug 23rd Earthquake information.
  • Now through September 12th, you may view mockups and submit comments on the proposed design refresh of the Weather.gov website. Details...
  • The NEW 1981 - 2010 Climate Normals are available on our Past Weather Page
  • See a Heat Index chart and details on what effects the heat and humidity can have on you.
  • Check out NWS State College's new Facebook page
  • New Climate Normals (1981-2010) have been released.
  • Historical Central PA Temperature Extremes for July 4th
  • New Climate Normals (1981-2010) released.
  • Lightning Safety Week: Read our daily Lightning Information Statements
  • June 19-25, 2011 is Lightning Safety Week! Learn and stay safe!
  • See the 2010-11 snowfall totals
  • Two Tornadoes in York County on June 12th
  • We need your feedback! Please take our weather survey on how satisfied you are with our products and service.
  • 2011 Central PA Tornado Summary
  • The 2011 Hurricane Season Outlook
  • The Tioga County Tornado of May 30th, 2011
  • The Huntingdon County Tornadoes of May 27th, 2011
  • Tornadoes of May 26th, 2011
  • Tornadoes of May 23rd, 2011
  • The Dauphin County Tornado of May 18th, 2011
  • Read the Spring 2011 SkywarnTM Spotter Newsletter(PDF)
  • 2011 Tornado Information for the Nation
  • Severe Weather Fatality Statistics from past years
  • The Frost Advisory and Freeze Warning program is again active. See when it begins in your area.
  • Flooding and Tornado of April 16th, 2011
  • Join some of our staff at Millersville University's Public Weather Awareness Day (April 2nd).
  • Flooding of March 10-13
  • Some Skywarn Training Sessions have been scheduled
  • NWS Seeking Public Comments on Experimental Weather Web Map.
  • Feb 20-21 Snow Event
  • Feb 20-21 Snow Event
  • Try out our new Hydrometeorological Event Display
  • NWS Seeking Public Comments on Experimental Weather Web Map.
  • How often is Punxsutawny Phil right?
  • See official snowfall forecasts on plan-view maps.
  • Ensemble River Forecasts Start in Eastern Region.
  • See Past Holiday Weather Conditions
  • Types of Storms that Typically Produce Heavy Snow in PA
  • All Drought Watches Lifted - Dec 17th, 2010
  • See a snow depth map from the morning of Dec 7th
  • Two Day Precipitation Total for 01-02 December 2010
  • Heavy Rain/Flooding Potential Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday night
  • Extremely Active Atlantic Hurricane Season in Review
  • Wintry Mix for Thanksgiving Morning
  • The Fall 2010 SkyWarn Spotter Newsletter is available
  • NOAA Launches Education Website With New Look and Content
  • Changes to the Drought Declarations for Pennsylvania
  • NOAA's Winter Outlook: La Niña to control U.S. weather
  • Unusually Late End to the Growing Season
  • Flooding of Sept 30th and Oct 1st
  • Severe Weather of Sept 22nd
  • Severe Weather of Sept 22nd
  • Read the latest on Hurricane Earl
  • Severe Weather -- August 16th
  • Visit our booth at the annual Penn State Ag Progress Days
  • NOAA still expects an active Atlantic Hurricane season. La Niña Develops.
  • Flash Flooding on August 12th
  • NOAA announces warmest April to June and year-to-date global temperature
  • Technical write up of recent Eastern U.S. heat wave.
  • New and faster location for Ensemble Model Data Plots
  • New and faster location for Ensemble Model Data Plots
  • New and faster location for SREF and GEFS Plumes
  • 25th Anniversary of the May 31st, 1985 Tornado Outbreak
  • Severe Thunderstorms of May 14th
  • Read more about NOAA's many roles in the Gulf Oil Spill clean-up activities.
  • Phone System Maintenance - April 28
  • The [WFO/RFC/CWSU] XXX webpage may be interrupted between 12 noon and 2 PM EDT on April 20th and again on April 22nd while system upgrades are performed. NWS forecasts will be available on weather.gov
  • Severe Weather of April 16th
  • Snowfall Totals for the 2009-2010 Winter!
  • Join some of our staff at the Millersville AMS Chapter's Public Weather Awareness Day.
  • Just how warm has it been recently vs. normals? See the graphs...
  • 2010 Flood Safety Awareness Week is March 15-19.
  • Severe Weather Awareness/Safety Week is March 15-19.
  • Spring SkywarnTM talks are being scheduled.
  • Snowfall so far (through 3/2/2010)
  • How much?? Where?? When?? See the most current information on our Snowfall Info Page.
  • What fell on the 5th and 6th?? See a map...
  • See recent snow reports and maps.
  • Nice Snow-line Picture from Snowfall of 30 Jan 2010
  • Late January 2010 Flooding
  • Flooding Possible Monday and Tuesday
  • Past Farm Shows' Weather Conditions.
  • Check out the latest River Ice Reports
  • Severe Thunderstorm Criteria for Hail Changes to One Inch
  • Scientific Summary of the Dec 19-20 East Coast snow Storm.
  • Read the new SkyWarnTM Newsletter.
  • Were the "Good Old Days" really that much snowier than we have it now?
    Check out the data and graphs through 2009.
  • See Past Thanksgiving Weather Conditions.
  • Be prepared for Winter Weather - Winter Weather Awareness Week is Nov 16th-20th.
  • Visit our new Water Resources Page and reorganized Snowfall Info Page
  • El Nino to Help Steer U.S. Winter Weather
  • Early (Earliest) Snow - October 15-16, 2009
  • Heavy-Wet Snow Possible Thursday and Friday, Oct 15th-16th, 2009
  • September 2009 Climate Summary