Wednesday's weather takes a weird turn in York County — the National Weather Services says the day's high and low are 45 degrees apart.
Oh, and be ready for some wind. A lot of wind.
Rain gets here first, while Tuesday's warmth is still in the air. The NWS says there's a 100 percent chance of rain between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., accompanied by gusty winds and a daytime high of 63. York County may get some thunder and lightning, the NWS says.
The service has a wind advisory in effect from 5 p.m. Wednesday until noon Thursday. It says sustained winds of 20 to 30 miles per hour are on their way, and with them come gusts of up to 50. Watch out for more tree limbs down, and maybe some power outages, the NWS says. If you have objects outdoors that could be blown around or away, tie them down, the service suggests.
During the evening, the bottom will drop out of the temperature. The nighttime low is only 18, the weather service says. There may be some more rain during this decline, coming during the night before midnight. By midnight, it'll be cold enough for, you guessed it, some snow, coming before 3 a.m. Fortunately, no real accumulation is expected, the NWS says.