Get ready for a week of weather marked by a wild temperature swing.
On Monday and Tuesday, the temperature in York County is expected to hit the upper 50s.
But by Thursday, the high temperature will dip below freezing again, and high winds will make it seem even colder.
Snow is also in the forecast for Wednesday into Thursday, but National Weather Service meteorologist Rod Radzanowski said the York area should see less than an inch of precipitation.
The forecast by the day:
Monday will be mostly cloudy with a high of 58.
Tuesday will be partly sunny with a high of 56.
Wednesday is expected to be rainy with a high of 50. But the temperature will dip quickly in the evening, bringing the possibility of snow showers from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Thursday will be blustery and cold with a high of 28, followed by an overnight low of 17.
On Friday, temperatures will rebound to the upper 40s.