TONIGHT: Mostly Cloudy, Few Overnight Snow Showers. Lo 32. Winds: NW 10-20 mph.

TUESDAY: Windy, Scattered Snow Showers. Hi 40. Winds: NW 15-25 mph, Gusting To 40 mph.

WEDNESDAY: Passing Clouds, Blustery. Hi 40. Winds: NW 10-20 mph, Gusting To 30 mph.

Overall we have been between an area of snow to our north and rain to the south, without much activity locally in the Midstate. If any light snow does develop it will be north and west of Harrisburg later this evening and tonight. Temperatures should just be above freezing and other than a coating in spots we do not expect accumulation.

All eyes turn to a developing coastal low tonight and tomorrow. For us, impacts from snow will be minimal, but it will be a cold and windy Tuesday. As weak disturbances rotate on the back side of the storm, we could see some snow showers develop late tonight and then Tuesday afternoon. At worst, a coating can occur in spots, but the greatest chance for that will again be for areas north of Harrisburg. Significant snowfall totals are expected from northeast PA up through interior New England, with the mountains of Vermont, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts expected to measure snow in feet! Locally, temperatures will struggle to make it to 40 tomorrow, with wind gusts exceeding 35 mph at times. It will certainly feel like winter!

Wednesday will still be blustery with gusts over 30 mph at times, but we should see a little more sunshine by the afternoon. Temperatures really take off toward late-week with highs in the 50s Thursday and low 60s Friday! An incoming cold front will bring us showers Saturday morning, followed by colder conditions Sunday.

-Meteorologists Dan Tomaso and Adis Juklo