TONIGHT: Gradual Clearing, Calm. Lo 28.

SUNDAY: PM Rain Showers, Could Mix With Snow. Hi 43. Winds: SE 10-15 mph.

MONDAY: AM Rain/Snow Showers, Mostly Cloudy. Hi 43. Winds: NW 10-20 mph.

Clouds held tough today with didn’t allow temperatures to stray much above 40 degrees. Cloudy skies continue this evening but we should see clearing overnight with a brief push of drier air from the south. This will allow overnight lows to dip near 30 degrees. The next area of low pressure will spread clouds back into the region Sunday morning.

A mix of rain and showers will move in Sunday afternoon but for most areas south of I-81, the predominant precip-type should be rain. Snow could linger a bit north and west of Harrisburg but even for our typical colder regions, we don’t expect the snow to last long. It’s possible rain showers Sunday night switch back over to a brief period of snow showers first thing Monday morning with a departing wave, but with temperatures above freezing, impacts to travel is not expected. This system exits Monday morning with mostly cloudy and breezy conditions for the afternoon.

Sunday’s timeline

There’s another system showing up for Wednesday. This one could have a little more cold air to work with which means we start out as a period of steady snow Wednesday morning. We should switch over to all rain by mid-day though as warmer air floods north again. Behind the storm, temperatures hang out near seasonable averages toward the end of next week with a cold front swinging through Friday. Winter is starting to finally wake up, but no significant snow on the horizon yet!

-Meteorologist Adis Juklo