Well, it doesn’t happen often… but it happened today!Â Paternoville had to close early due to the winter weather.
Here’s video from Gary Sinderson’s package from the 5 PM news.
We have received more pictures from those in charge of Paternoville, too.
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Well, it’s been a week of mild temperature (for the most part) and some hit and miss rain showers, but the students in Penn State’s Paternoville are no worse for the wear.Â They’ve been camping out all week long waiting to usher the rest of the PSU fans into Beaver Stadium on Saturday.Â Take a look at a few pictures sent to us from @paternovilleVP on Twitter…
Lots of Tents and Lots of Fun at Paternoville
Another Saturday and another home game in Happy Valley.Â This week’s won’t be as nice, weather-wise, as last week’s, however.Â This week will bring cooler temperatures and just a slight chance of some rain.
Have a look at the football forecast for kickoff for tomorrow’s game:
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Now that we’ve revealed our winter forecast for 2008-09, it’s time to see what professors from Penn State University and Millersville University have to say about the subject.Â I sent an e-mail to California University of Pennsylvania as well, but they were unfortunately unavailable to participate.
In my e-mail, I asked representatives from these schools what they thought about the coming winter.Â I asked them specifically…
More / Less snow than average
Warmer / colder than average
More / Less snow than last year
Warmer / colder than last year
Timing / type of the bigger storms
…and some reasoning behind the forecast.
My first response came from Paul Knight of Penn State.Â According to the PA State Climatologist website…
Paul Knight has been the Pennsylvania State Climatologist since 1994. He is also a senior lecturer of synoptic meteorology at Penn State University. He teaches courses in Weather Prediction, Mesoscale Forecasting, Mesoscale Topics, Forensic Meteorology and Weather Communications. His research interest lies in pattern recognition and its application to artificial intelligence in forecasting significant weather events. Paul has been a senior forecaster for The New York Times since 1986. He, along with four other colleagues, produces the weather page for the Times each day. Paul has also been the producer, co-host and on-camera meteorologist for WPSU-TV’s Weather World, a fifteen minute, weeknight weather magazine show seen on Pennsylvania PBS stations since 1983 and since 2004 on PCN.
Continue reading to see what Paul had to say about the coming winter…