Saturn’s impact on local community should be minimal

Strong winds blow flag located at the Technical College High School in Jennersville Wednesday, which was the site of a retreat for Lincoln University faculty and staff.  Wind gusts reached up to 30 mph Wednesday, according to weather.com

Strong winds blow a flag located at the Technical College High School in Jennersville Wednesday, which was the site of a retreat for Lincoln University faculty and staff. Wind gusts reached up to 30 mph Wednesday, according to weather.com

It may be windy, but Lincoln University should largely avoid the hazardous weather conditions created by Winter Storm Saturn.

A wintry mixture fell within the greater Oxford, Pa. Wednesday, bringing with it strong wind gusts of up to 30 mph, according to weather.com .

But unlike other areas — parts of Virginia received up to 20 inches of snowfall – the Delaware Valley has not been effected by snow accumulations as of Wednesday afternoon.

Moreover, there is little chance we will see much snow accumulation overnight.

While snow showers are expected to hit the area around midnight, snow accumulation should not rise more than one inch.  By tomorrow afternoon, much of that accumulation should vanish, since high temperatures could reach into the 40s.

High’s on Wednesday reached 38 degrees.

One thought on “Saturn’s impact on local community should be minimal

  1. For all the latest weather reports and updates check out LU’s favorite weatherman Bilal Key on WWLU 88.7 FM and LU-TV (4.2). *Sidebar* This is the best layout the Lincolnian has had in like 3 years. Very impressed.

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