5:45 p.m. update:
Most of York County may see closer to an inch of snow Tuesday, according to Tony Mach, meteorological technician with the National Weather Service.
"The northern part of the county will see about an inch of snow and you'll probably get two (inches), at the most, along the Mason-Dixon line," he said. "The weather bringing in this snow is still developing in Florida and then it will move northeast along the coast. This is what we're seeing so far, but nothing is etched in stone."
In the meantime, Monday night will be "clouding up "overnight into Tuesday, when snow is likely to arrive, Mach said.
"It looks like light snow for Tuesday night and some snow showers after midnight," he said. "For the most part, we're looking at a total accumulation of around an inch."
High temperatures will be in the mid 30s on Tuesday, he said.
So much for spring.
After a fairly nice weekend with highs in the 60s, the temperature drops down again today, according to the National Weather Service.
Monday's high is expected to be near 35 degrees under sunny skies, while tonight's low should be around 27.
On Tuesday, there's a chance of snow — yes, maybe the shoveling kind. The weather service says there's a 50 percent chance of 1 to 2 inches. The temperature should reach 38 degrees, with a low of 27.
There's a slight chance of snow showers before 9 a.m. Wednesday. Afterward, it should be sunny, with a high of 38, but windy. Wednesday night's low should be around 24.