Cold Temperatures and Light Snow Expected Monday, Watching Thursday
Good evening, everyone! Tonight will feature clearing skies across southern areas with clouds/snow showers remaining across northern showers through 1 AM. Low temperatures will range from 19 to 28 degrees. Patchy black ice is possible for those who saw snow/rain showers today.
Sunday will feature mostly sunny and dry conditions, with high temperatures around average for this time of year, ranging from 28 to 39 degrees.
Sunday night will feature increasing clouds and cold temperatures. Low temperatures will range from 8 to 17 degrees, with coastal areas remaining in the low 20s.
Monday morning will start off dry but mostly cloudy and cool. Expect light snow to gradually shift into the area from the west as the morning wears on. Most of the western section of the area will be seeing light snow by 1 PM Monday. Accumulations are expected to range from a dusting to 1 inch for most, however some across York county could see localized amounts of around 2 inches. High temperatures Monday will range from 24 to 33 degrees. Snow will continue through the afternoon hours, then gradually shift southeast Monday evening. There could be localized slick conditions Monday afternoon-evening, especially across southwestern sections.
Monday night will feature clearing skies and low temperatures ranging from 9 to 18 degrees. Again coastal/southwestern sections will remain in the 20s. Any wet roads Monday night will refreeze, so again expect localized slick conditions.
Tuesday will feature mostly sunny skies and warmer temperatures, with highs ranging from 24 to 39 degrees.
Tuesday night will feature increasing high clouds but mostly dry conditions. Low temperatures will range from 9 to 18 degrees, with coastal/southwestern sections again remaining in the 20s.
Wednesday will feature mostly cloudy skies but dry conditions, with a snow shower possible across western sections. High temperatures will range from 28 to 35 degrees.
Wednesday night expect warmer low temperatures than the previous few nights, ranging from 22 to 31 degrees. It will remain mostly cloudy but dry.
Thursday’s forecast is up in the air right now (no pun intended). The exact forecast depends on the track of a coastal low, however some rain/snow or both together will be possible across the area.
Have a great evening!