Brett’s forecast: Another glancing blow for the midstate

New England is still on pace to receive a very powerful and forceful snowstorm. Central Pennsylvania, however, will not be impacted in a major way. Once again, the storm will be a close call for us but ultimately nothing too memorable. Here's a timeline for the rest of today.

This Morning: Light Mix Develops, Intermittent, Little Accumulation Expected. Everything is on the table from light snow and sleet to freezing rain and rain in some southern counties like York and Lancaster.

This Afternoon: Light Mix Will Slowly Transition To All Snow Across The Viewing Area Through The Evening Commute.

This Evening/Overnight: Light To Moderate Snowfall. 1-3″ In Most Areas. Higher Amounts Northern/Eastern Counties.

Saturday will feature plenty of sunshine in the afternoon, but the winds will be strong (15-25 mph) with temperatures struggling to reach 32 degrees behind the departing storm system. Sunday will be much calmer and sunny.

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