Snow is on its way for Wednesday evening, but the chances of it accumulating and sticking to roads are slim.

"It will be starting as a little bit of light rain (Wednesday) afternoon, and during the evening commute the rain is going to mix with and change to a wet snow," said Brett Thackara, meteorologist with abc27 WHTM News.

There could be 1 to 3 inches of slushy accumulation, said Thackara.

"I don't anticipate any major problems," he said. "It will be out of here by midnight."

For Valentine's Day Thursday, the weather will be partly cloudy and breezy, with high temperatures in the 40s again, Thackara said.

There is a chance of flurries on Friday and throughout the weekend, he said.

The National Weather Service is predicting a 20 percent chance of precipitation on Friday, with an overnight low of 27.

Saturday should be partly sunny with a high near 38, and Sunday will be mostly sunny and breezy, with a high of 33, according to the National Weather Service.

- Reach Chelsea Shank at 505-5432 or cshank@yorkdispatch.com