York County residents may be grateful to see the higher temperatures this weekend and the start of next week will bring.

The National Weather Service says Saturday will reach a high around 53. This morning's rain and some wind will continue in afternoon, mostly before 4 p.m., the NWS says.

With the warmth, though, comes a flood watch: One is in effect from Saturday afternoon through Sunday evening.

According to the weather service's site, warmer temperatures could lead to significant melting and "ice jams" on Central Pennsylvania waterways. That, combined with the potential for a half-inch to an inch of rain, could result in flooding.

Saturday night won't dip below freezing -- the NWS predicts a low of 35 degrees rain will likely continue on and off throughout the night.

Sunday should dry out and hit a high of 45, the NWS said.

The first few work days will stay fairly warm. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday will see highs around 51, 49, and 40, respectively, the weather service predicts. Monday night into Tuesday may be rainy.