A developing storm system will bring another round of wintry weather to South Central PA for the start of the new workweek. Expect some snow showers to develop around dawn Monday, and with overnight lows just a couple degrees below the freezing mark, the snow will once again having a hard time sticking to road surfaces. It may snow moderately enough to lead to some slushy spots at times, but most areas will see an accumulation of a coating to 2", and most of that would only stick to grassy surfaces. The exception would be in higher elevations, as well as areas to the far north and west of Harrisburg where a slushy 2-3" of snow may accumulate in the morning hours. Into the early afternoon, the wet snow will transition to some sleet, followed by just plain rain. That changeover will be delayed the longest, once again, across northwest counties of the region.
Rain should taper off later Monday night, with temperatures safely above the freezing mark in most locations for the evening commute. Still, with snow falling at a steady clip during the morning commute, there could be a couple of slushy spots, but it's important to remember most of the accumulation will occur on grassy areas, much like on Saturday.
Expect cool conditions to remain for the rest of the week with temperatures locked in the lower to mid 40s under partly cloudy skies.
-Meteorologist Ryan Coyle