TONIGHT: Light Snow, Mainly Harrisburg & Points North. Lo 28F.
MONDAY: AM Clouds, Windy. Winds 10-20 mph, Gusts 30 mph. Hi 44F.
TUESDAY: Partly Cloudy, Light PM Snow. Breezy. Hi 38F.
Colder air is working back into the region tonight, and the persistent wind is helping to reinforce the chill. The approach of an upper-air disturbance will develop a narrow area of snow mainly for Harrisburg and points north. Places south of the Turnpike may not even see a flake. With the overall light intensity and marginal temperatures, only minor accumulations are expected at best, with less than an inch possible over areas over Mifflin, Juniata, Perry, northern Dauphin and Lebanon Counties. Overnight lows will drop off to the upper 20s.
Monday looks breezy but dry. Another fast-moving area of low pressure will cross south of the mid-state Tuesday, offering another opportunity for some widespread but light snow during the afternoon & evening. Again, with temperatures peaking well into the 30s, accumulation doesn’t look to be more than an inch anywhere. We’ll continue to monitor.
Colder air follows for the middle part of next week, however that does not last long as more mild air likely arrives by the end of the work week. As the mild air pushes back into the region, we are likely to enter another damp period of weather by Friday and next weekend. We’ll have to watch for heavy rain potential next Saturday.
-Meteorologists Dan Tomaso and Adis Juklo