A pair of arctic fronts will keep Central Pennsylvania temperatures well below average for this time of the year. These arctic fronts do not hold a lot of moisture but will produce some snow.
Tuesday Evening: An artic front will bring scattered snow showers and flurries to central Pennsylvania this evening and tonight. There will not be a lot of snow and not everyone will see it. The western counties will receive more snow than the eastern counties. A trace amount to an inch of snow will fall mainly west of Interstate 99. Some roads may be slick this evening and tonight. The snow showers will taper to flurries and end early tonight. The arctic front will bring reinforcing cold air to the region. Tonight’s lows will be in the in the single digits.
Wednesday Night/Thursday Morning: The second arctic front will arrive Wednesday night. This arctic front will bring scattered snow showers to central Pennsylvania. This front will be a mainly overnight event, but some roads Thursday morning may be snow covered and slick. The western counties will receive more snow than the eastern counties. Like the last arctic front this one will bring another round of very cold air to Central Pennsylvania.