The first half of Monday brings cold, but sunny conditions. Then through the afternoon and evening we begin to see more clouds reaching the region. As you may have guessed this means another storm system is on its way. It seems that we can not have much more than a 2 day break from winter activity!
Light snowfall develops just after 10 PM tonight from west to east across the Midstate. A steady snow then moves through between 2 AM and 10 AM. The rest of the morning will feature scattered snow showers and by the afternoon conditions turn breezy. During this time snow will accumulate a general 1-3". Higher elevations areas north and west of Harrisburg will receive slightly higher amounts between 2 and 4 inches. Additionally, eastern counties may see slightly higher amounts also, as the storm gains strength moving out into the Atlantic Ocean. All told, it creates a odd looking snow map. See the picture attached to this story.
The rest of the week features warming conditions, but also a nearly daily chance for a shower. Right now the driest days look to be Thursday and Saturday. Temperatures peak into the lower 50s by Thursday and Friday.