Highs on Sunday left a little something to be desired for those looking for the Spring-warmth from Saturday. Still, we did climb into the lower 40s with a ton of sunshine. The winds reminded us that it is still indeed early March. Expect clouds to stream back in through the overnight and last into the morning hours.
Monday and Tuesday bring fair weather days as highs reach the low 50s. This warm up then gives way to a developing storm Wednesday. The low pressure center that forms will likely draw warm air and rain north into the region before moving out to sea. However, colder air on the backside (or western side) of the storm looks to wrap around from the northwest changing our precipitation type over to wet snow as things wrap up later Wednesday night.
At this point timing details are way too difficult to specify, but we will be monitoring the forecast of this event moving forward. The best chance to see any accumulating snow would be across the ridge and valley region to the northwest of Harrisburg.
Following the storm, expect the cold to stick around for Thursday, before a warm up back to seasonable conditions by next weekend.