First Chance (Wednesday Night): The first disturbance that could bring some flurries to Central Pennsylvania will arrive Wednesday. A cold front will bring reinforced cold air to the region. The front will pass by Wednesday morning but the cold air wont arrive until the late evening hours. Cities, towns and boroughs south of I-80 will only see a few rain showers throughout the day. Areas north of Interstate 80 especially the higher terrain in Jefferson, Elk, Cameron and northern Clearfield counties have the bet chance to see flurries Wednesday night into early Thursday. We don’t expect any kind of accumulation with this system.
Second Chance (Saturday Night): The second disturbance looks more promising to bring snow showers to Central Pennsylvania. A strong cold front will move through Central Pennsylvania Saturday and bring scattered rain showers and colder air during the day. Saturday night temperatures will fall into the low to mid 30s. The northern counties again will have the best chance to receive some snow showers and flurries Saturday night into Sunday morning. But, unlike Wednesday’s disturbance the Laurel Highlands could even see some flurries and a snow shower. A dusting of snow is possible for the higher terrain.