Potential snow squalls and icy roads later today in York

Randy Ishman, of Penn DOT, uses a loader to dump salt into salt trucks in preparation for pending snowy weather, at the Penn DOT salt storage facility on North George Street  in York, Pa. on Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2016. (Dawn J. Sagert - The York Dispatch)

The National Weather Service has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for Central Pennsylvania Tuesday, with potential for a quick snow coating of two inches and brief whiteout conditions this afternoon and evening. AccuWeather.com is forecasting the snow to start in the late afternoon which may affect the afternoon commute.

Icy Roads may develop as temperatures rapidly drop into the 20s early tonight and teens by early morning Wednesday. Wind gusts reaching as high as 40-45 mph are expected throughout Tuesday evening. Temperatures Wednesday should top out in the mid 20s according to AccuWeather.com.