Colder tonight, light snow possible south of Route 30 Monday morning

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Heaviest snow stays south of the Maryland state line...

OVERNIGHT: Cloudy, Turning Colder, Light Snow Possible South Of Route 30. Lo 30. Winds: N 10-20 mph.

MONDAY: Colder & Breezy, AM Light Snow South Of Rte. 30. Hi 34. Winds: N 10-20 mph.

TUESDAY: Mostly Sunny, Seasonable. Hi 40. Winds: Light.

Temperatures will continue to drop through the 40s and 30s tonight, eventually bottoming out near freezing by early morning. At the same time, a storm is gathering strength over the southeast US tonight, and will heavy snow to parts of the mid-Atlantic Monday morning. Snow might make it as far north as Route 30, but significant accumulations will stay south of the state line. A coating to as much as an inch is possible for extreme southern parts of Adams, York, and Lancaster counties, but travel will become much more difficult over northern Maryland. By Monday afternoon, the storm will slide east, and we’ll end the day with sunshine but highs only reaching the low 30s.

The middle part of the week looks dry and a bit milder with highs pushing into the upper 40s by Wednesday. However, changes take place toward late-week as another cold shot of air moves through Thursday, potentially setting up for some rain or snow Thursday night into Friday morning. The track of this expected storm will be crucial to precipitation-type, with guidance suggesting a track somewhere just east of the Mid-state, which will make it a close call.

It will turn colder by the start of next weekend with highs back down into the 30s and lows plunging into the low 20s. Some sights of winter on the horizon before another brief warm up into the 40s by next Sunday.

-Meteorologist Adis Juklo

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