The southern tier of our viewing area is waking up to a little snow on this St. Patrick's Day. Expect a slower commute in places like Franklin, Adams, York, and Lancaster counties. Farther north, not even a flake has fallen as there is a very sharp cut-off to the precipitation shield. As advertised over the weekend, our region dodged another winter bullet. It will remain cold today, however, with highs only reaching the mid 30s under a little afternoon sunshine once the storm departs. Tonight will be well below normal too with lows dipping into the mid 20s!
Expect a mostly sunny day tomorrow with temperatures rebounding a bit into the lower 40s for highs. Wednesday will bring the threat of scattered showers with highs in the mid 40s. If any showers start early in the day, there could be a period of freezing drizzle early Wednesday before temperatures warm above freezing. This doesn't seem like it will cause widespread headaches at this time, but it is something our weather team is monitoring heading into Wednesday morning. Stay tuned. Happy St. Patrick's Day!