4:30 p.m. update: York County is still on track to get some snow Saturday and Sunday, though little accumulation is expected, according to Alyson Hoegg, meteorologist with AccuWeather.com.
"It's not going to be anything to write home about," she added.
The area could get some snow around Saturday afternoon and on early Sunday morning. There could be about an inch of snow on both days, Hoegg said.
The county also will have cold temperatures well below the 43-degree average typical for this weekend, she said.
High temperature will be 32 on Friday, 30 on Saturday and 36 on Sunday, according to Hoegg.
Earlier story: York County could get light snow accumulation - a light coating to two inches - on Saturday and Sunday, according to Erik Pindrock, with AccuWeather.com.
"You might see some light snow or flurries on Saturday," he said. "As of right now, it doesn't look like there's any significant storm on the horizon."
Most models suggest light snow moving into the county sometime during late Saturday morning or afternoon and tapering off early Sunday, said National Weather Service meteorologist Craig Evanego. It could amount to 1 to 3 inches of snow, but there are a couple forecast models that show significantly higher totals, he said.
"It's something to keep an eye on," Evanego said.
In the meantime, the county will get some sun Thursday and Friday with high temperatures around 30 or the upper 20s, he said. Saturday will see highs in the upper 20s, and Sunday will see a high in the low 30s.