York County has already handled more than 15 inches of snow this year.
So what's a little more?
The county could, at most, get an inch of snow on Saturday and between Sunday night and Monday morning, according to Craig Evanego, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service.
"There's 50 percent chance for snow showers on Saturday, just light accumulation, looks like it would probably be an inch or less," he said. "We're seeing light snowfall for Sunday. Right now, it doesn't look like there's a storm coming through, at least during the early part of the week."
AccuWeather.com also forecasts possible light snow for the county this weekend.
On Saturday, there will be a series of snow showers throughout the day with harsh south to southwest winds going 10 to 20 miles per hour, said Andy Mussoline, an AccuWeather meteorologist.
"There's another snow possible Sunday afternoon into Sunday night, just about a coating to about one inch," he said. "You'll probably see a lingering flurry around Sunday night into Monday morning."
Both Mussoline and Evanego said the main weather challenge for the county will be the extreme cold weather over the next five days.
Saturday's temperature will be in the upper 20s, while Sunday and Monday will have highs in the mid 20s, according to Evanego. He said Tuesday's high temperature will be in the low teens.
Mussoline said the extreme cold will be the result of a major Arctic front coming into the county on Sunday and settling in the area on Monday, leading to a deep freeze on Tuesday and Wednesday.
High temperature for Saturday and Monday will be around 30 with a low of 5 both nights. Sunday's high will be about 22 degrees with a low of 18. For Tuesday, the high is 13 degrees with a low of minus 1. The high temperature for Wednesday is 15 with a low of 5 that night, according to Mussoline.
"We're encouraging (the public) to be safe in the extreme cold," he said. "Even if you're properly dressed in several layers, limit the amount of times spent outdoors in the cold."