Spring to begin on 'wintry note' Tuesday in York

Staff report
CORRECTS SOURCE TO THE STAR NEWS - Juliette Rotondo makes a snow angel along Wrightsville Beach, N.C. Thursday, Jan. 4, 2017. Just over 3 inches of snow covered the area after a winter storm moved through late last night. Areas along North Carolina's coast are reporting wind gusts of hurricane strength as part of a winter storm that's moving up the East Coast.   (Ken Blevins/The Star-News via AP)

Tuesday, March 20, marks the beginning of spring, but York County could see snow to kick off the season, according to weather reports.

Matt Steinbugl, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service, said spring looks as if it will begin "on a wintry note" with a period of snow possibly mixed with rain beginning early Tuesday morning.

More snow is projected later Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, Steinbugl said, but accumulations could be limited to grassy surfaces and areas of higher elevation in the county.