Plan for a mostly cloudy and quiet day on this New Year's as temperatures return to the mid to upper 30s.
By tomorrow, the potential exists for some snow across central Pennsylvania.
A weather system to our west will slowly spread east across northern parts of the Commonwealth, allowing for some light snow to develop later in the afternoon as it shifts south.
That system will try to intensify Thursday night, but our region would likely be spared any major snow accumulation.
Expect the snow to wrap up early Friday morning as very cold air moves in.
At this time, many areas will likely see between 1-3 inches of snow through early Friday with some northern spots picking up between 2-4 inches.
The snowiest period will likely occur Thursday evening and early overnight.
The cold air building for Friday will be the real story as temperatures will likely top out in the teens for highs, and gusty winds will make wind chill values feel like sub-zero temperatures.
Expect some moderation in temperatures into the weekend before another weather system tries to bring a rain and snow mix for Monday.