A cold front will bring another round of snow to Central Pennsylvania Thursday afternoon. The snow will arrive in early afternoon hours for our northern counties first. The snow will move south throughout the evening and overnight hours. The northern and western counties will see scattered snow showers. While the eastern counties will get more isolated snow showers.
Elk, Jefferson, Cameron, Clearfield and west Centre counties will get around 1 inch of snow. The higher peaks will receive a bit more. The roads will be a bit slick throughout the day.
Cambria and Somerset counties could get 1-3 inches of snow. The higher elevations will get between 2-3 inches. While lower elevations will pick up about an inch of snow. The winds will be strong and that could cause some blowing snow.
Centre, Blair, Huntingdon, Bedford and east Centre counties will pick up a trace amount to 1 inch of snow. The roads will be slick in spots so take it slow throughout the day.