Snow from Sunday afternoon amounted to about 1-2" region-wide with a 2.5" amount in York Springs taking the cake for the highest. The nuisance snow caused more than just a few headaches on untreated roadways, proving that even a little snow can cause problems. Skies will work to clear overnight, but winds will pick up a bit, tossing the freshly-fallen snow. At least with this batch, the broom will do the trick compared to the slushy and heavy snow of last week.
Look for a quiet start to the work week, with partly to mostly sunny skies through Wednesday. Temperatures will remain below average, and even below freezing each day. Nighttime lows will dip into the single digits by early Wednesday morning with the snowpack acting like a natural refrigerator across Pennsylvania.
Thursday brings the potential for our region to be brushed by a developing snow storm moving up the East Coast. Right now a couple of the forecast models bring the threat, but it would be too soon to get into details, considering some forecast models bring our region nothing at all.
It remains active into next weekend, with a chance for snow showers on both Friday and Sunday. Temperatures remain roughly at or below freezing over the course of the next 7-days. Whatever snowfall we do see is likely sticking around!