The threat for freezing rain has passed, and all advisories and warnings have been canceled. There will likely continue to be slushy on some of the lesser-traveled roads, but additional icing is no longer a concern. Temperatures will continue to rise through the overnight.
Monday morning Central PA will wake up to temperatures in the upper 30s, and gusty rain showers moving in. Those showers will be out ahead of a sharp cold front that will bring our region temperatures even colder than late last week! The rain showers will end as a snow shower or two, before conditions turn partly cloudy and blustery into the afternoon. Temperatures will peak in the late morning, before falling into the 20s by the evening commute.
We fall all the way back to near zero by early Tuesday morning. With strong winds, temperatures will feel closer to -20 degrees. These wind chill values can be life-threatening if the proper precautions are not taken. Tuesday and Wednesday will continue to be cold, before we slowly warm back to seasonable levels later in the week.