If it snows enough Wednesday night, it won’t be out of the question to have a snowball fight on Thursday.
An Alberta clipper is moving from Canada, through the Great Lakes and will also hit the northeast, according to weather forecasts by AccuWeather.
There is a 36 percent chance State College will get up to six inches of snow, according to AccuWeather, but it is more likely that Happy Valley will get about three inches of snow. The winter storm will hit Centre County from about 7 p.m. Wednesday to 6 a.m. Thursday.
AccuWeather meteorologists have predicted that flights will be delayed, particularly in Detroit and Pittsburgh.
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The Weather Channel has named the Alberta clipper Winter Storm Chloe. TWC has predicted the winter storm will weaken in central Pennsylvania before tapering off in New Jersey and New York.
The National Weather Service has put Cambria and Clearfield counties under winter weather advisories due to expected slippery roads and reduced visibility during the winter storm. NWS has also predicted State College will get at least three inches of snow.