York County will probably see some snow later this weekend.
Saturday will have a high of around 38, the NWS said. Saturday night will have a low around 22, it said.
Sunday will have a high around 32 and will have an 80 percent chance of snow and sleet, the NWS said. It said accumulation will probably be under an inch. The NWS has issued a winter weather watch from Sunday afternoon through Monday morning. This advisory applies to much of central Pa.
Chances of precipitation increase to 100 percent Sunday night as the NWS predicts a wintery mix of snow, rain and freezing rain.
Monday will be warmer, with a high of about 43, and will be rainy, the NWS said. A 70 percent chance of rain during the day will move to a 40 percent chance of rain or snow Monday night, the NWS said.
Tuesday and Wednesday look cool but dry as of now, the NWS said.