Saturday and Sunday will not chill the bones the way Friday did, but York County isn't out of the woods when it comes to cold weather, the National Weather Service says.
It says this sunny Saturday will hit a high around 29 and will be moderately windy. Saturday night will see temperatures drop to around 17, the NWS says.
Sunday will may bring freezing rain before 1 p.m. and then normal rain later as temperatures warm up a little; the NWS forecasts Sunday's high to sit around 38.
Sunday night into Monday should stay in the high 30s with snow and rain showers probable, the NWS says.
The temperature will then nosedive Monday night, hitting a low of -1, the NWS says. It says the picture won't improve much Tuesday, which has a high of 10 and a low of 0.