Snow expected for central Pa. on Monday morning, weather service says


Ted Czech and Paul Kuehnel check out what is most likely York County’s first significant snowfall of the season. Paul Kuehnel and Ted Czech, York Daily Record

About 1-2 inches of snow is expected for the area, beginning overnight on Sunday, into Monday, according to the National Weather Service.

The morning commute in central Pa. may be hampered a bit on Monday, thanks to a slow, steady snowfall that will begin overnight, according to the National Weather Service.

The snow will begin in the overnight hours of Sunday into Monday and continue until early afternoon hours, according to Aaron Tyburski, a meteorologist with the weather service in State College.

“We’ll see likely around one to two inches of snow,” he said. “So not a big event by any standards, but it still could cause some difficulty.”

As the snow falls between sunrise to about 2 p.m., temperatures will rise a little, causing the snow on the road to melt, especially those well-traveled, he said.

By Monday evening, the snow will transition to sleet, then freezing rain, and finally to “plain rain,” Tyburski said.

The season’s first snowfall was an unexpected one, delivering between 1-4 inches of snow to the county on Nov. 24.


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Contact Ted Czech at 717-771-2033.

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