We continue to track our next low pressure system, that will make this Wednesday Wintry! 

To start this morning, we should stay dry with mostly cloudy sky and chilly temperatures in the teens. As we head towards late morning and early afternoon scattered light snow will break out, continuing through much of lunch time. As warmer conditions begin to overtake colder conditions, wintry mix becomes likely through late day and early evening. Rain, snow, freezing rain and sleet will all be possible during this time as temperatures sit in the lower 30s. Late overnight into early Thursday rain will linger a bit as temperatures continue to rise. We expect temperatures to head for the 40s through mid morning Thursday, maxing out near 44 that afternoon. 

Snow accumulations are still looking relatively minor with up to an inch possible in valley locations, and 2-3" possible mainly for southern portions of the Northern Tier of PA as well as higher terrain. Ice accumulations may range from a tenth of an inch to two tenths of an inch. Please plan for slippery conditions through the second half of the work day, through this evening.