TONIGHT: Scattered Rain Showers Change to Scattered Snow Showers. Lo 33.

MONDAY: Mix of Rain/Snow Showers, Slushy Accumulations. Highest Snow Total Over Northern and Northeastern High Elevation Locations Hi 40.

TUESDAY: Blustery and Cold, Winds 10-20 mph. Hi 41.

The mix of rain and snow is switching over to more widespread areas of snow tonight. This will continue for the early morning hours. With temperatures hovering near freezing this snow could begin to lay on area roadways through tomorrow morning.

Snow showers continue on and off through the morning, producing a few inches of snow in the higher elevations- Mifflin, Juniata, Perry, northern Franklin, northern Dauphin, Lebanon, and northeastern Lancaster Counties. The snow should taper by midday, but eastern areas (east of Harrisburg) may see an additional round of steady snow by nightfall. This will happen as the coastal storm takes shape.

Putting the snow total forecast and timeline all together here is what to expect through Monday night:

Beyond Monday, Tuesday will be a cold and blustery day. Temperatures will not rise much in the week ahead with low 40s likely for highs and upper 20s for lows. Conditions stay mainly dry even as a front passes Wednesday and now the guidance is not showing much moisture ahead of next weekend. That system by the end of the work week that will bring some chill for Saturday is trending drier.

-Meteorologist Dan Tomaso