After a light snowfall Friday night, the National Weather Service says the sun should shine Saturday on York County, but flurries may be back soon.
Saturday should see highs around 30, and then nighttime lows around 19, the service says.
The NWS says there is a 20 percent chance of snow between 1 a.m. and noon on Sunday, which will have a high around 38. Even if snow does fall, though, it will not be heavy.
Monday, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, will see highs of a mild 41, and should see some sunshine, the NWS says. Both Sunday and Monday will be a little breezy, though, the service says.
The week turns colder after the long weekend ends. Tuesday and Wednesday have highs only around 20, the NWS says, and Tuesday night's temperatures may drop as low as 7.