EVENING: Increasing clouds. Temps drop into the 40s.

TONIGHT: Rain and snow showers. Some slushy accumulation north of Harrisburg. Low 34.

TUESDAY: Few morning flurries, clearing skies and windy. High 47. Northwest winds 10-20mph.

Monday’s high of 53 degrees was a great start to the first full week of March. It seems hard to believe that some of us will see a period of snow tonight, but its true!

A narrow band of moisture will move over Pennsylvania tonight. There are some areas to our north (north of Interstate 80) that will receive roughly 6 inches of snow. Locally, a mixture of rain and snow develops closer to midnight. With temperatures remaining above freezing, most of the snow will melt. However, some ridges north of Harrisburg could see some slushy accumulations. There could be a few remaining flurries near daybreak before skies clear and winds increase.

Plan for a windy Tuesday (NW 10-20mph) with a breezy Wednesday and Thursday (North 5-15mph). This week also remains seasonable with highs in the 40s and lows near freezing.

-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder