A weak disturbance will move through the region Wednesday evening and Wednesday night. The roads will be wet and cold air will move in after midnight and that could cause some roads to be slick.
A warm front will bring more drizzle and light rain to Central Pennsylvania Wednesday evening. The warm front will help keep our temperatures above the freezing mark this evening. But later tonight a cold front will usher in colder air after midnight. The drizzle will turn into flurries or a mix. The temperatures will fall below the freezing mark for some of us tonight and that could turn some roads icy.
The northern counties will see a few more snow shower and will be colder than the southern counties. We do not expect a lot of snow. The southern counties will see a mix of drizzle and flurries.
Thursday morning you may want to give yourself a few extra minutes to get your day started. The flurries will warp up by mid morning and the clouds will begin to break apart.