After the freezing drizzle tapers off today we will have high pressure building in tonight, that will last through Tuesday. Another low-pressure system will be moving in from the southwest pushing northeastward into our area on Wednesday into Thursday.
At this point there is a lot of uncertainty with this system, so things will change as the week progresses. This is a similar storm to the past one we experienced. Timing right now, brings clouds in Tuesday night with snow arriving in southern counties by early Wednesday morning. Snow will continue to move into northern counties by Wednesday afternoon. We will also have milder air pushing in with this low, so by Wednesday evening, it looks like the snow will switch over to a wintry mix. This will include anything from snow, sleet, freezing rain, or rain across Central Pennsylvania. The wintry mix overnight switches to some rain and the system exits our area Thursday morning.
Since it is still a few days away, it is hard to pinpoint snowfall or ice amounts with this system. What looks certain is travel will be impacted Wednesday into early Thursday morning. We will have slick road conditions, along with low visibility during this system.