8 a.m. update: These districts have now closed schools on Monday: Eastern York, Red Lion, South Eastern, Spring Grove and Southern York.
6:30 a.m. update: These school districts are also operating under a two-hour delay: Hanover, South Western, Spring Grove and York City. Also, Northern York schools will have a snow day on Monday.
Harrisburg Area Community College has canceled day classes at all campuses on Monday.
Winter weather has delayed schools in most districts in York County Monday morning and could create traffic problems during the morning rush hour.
At 5:30 a.m., these districts were operating on a two-hour delay: Central York, Dallastown, Eastern York, Northeastern, Red Lion, South Eastern, Southern York, West York and York Suburban. The York County School of Technology also had a two-hour delay.
West Shore Schools have declared a snow day on Monday.
All of central Pennsylvania is under a winter weather advisory until 3 p.m., according to the National Weather Service.
Little snow accumulation is expected in York County, but the whole area will receive a coating of ice, the service said. The precipitation should turn to rain during the afternoon as temperatures rise to the expected high of 38.
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Monday night will be cloudy with some fog and a low of 34, the forecast said.
The next few days will be markedly warmer, with a high of 50 on Tuesday and high of 61 on Wednesday, the NWS said. Showers are likely Wednesday.