Rain will move in late Monday night and quickly switch over to snow. Scattered snow showers will fall throughout the overnight hours and continue into Tuesday. Here is a look at our snow amounts across Central Pennsylvania.
West of I-99: Counties west of I-99 will pick up between 1-3 inches of snow through Tuesday. The higher peaks and ridges over the Laurel highlands could pick up a bit more snow. Most of the roads will be fine for travel but a few of the less traveled roads could have a light covering on them. Take it a bit slower during your Tuesday Morning commute.
East of I-99: The eastern counties will not pick up as much snow. A trace mount to an inch in some spots. Most towns and cities will only see a dusting. Again, there shouldn’t be a major travel issues Tuesday.
Tuesday: Scattered snow showers will fall throughout the day. Some snow bands could be a bit stronger and cut down the visibility if you run into them. The winds will be strong and that could cause a some blowing snow in prone areas. The winds will be blowing 15-25 mph with gusts over 30 mph. Bundle up, as temperatures will be in the upper 20s to the lower 30s.