Cold air has been moving in on steady NE winds through the night and temps are now below freezing for all except southern York County. Radar is indicating light/showery precip moving across southern sections and light but steadier precip moving across northern areas. This pattern will continue today with southern areas (south of route two) seeing occasional flurries/sleet sprinkles and areas north of route two seeing light snow eventually changing to sleet this afternoon/evening. As I mentioned in my post last night, accumulations will be very light from this outside the mountains and a coating may even be generous for some areas near the coast. Highs today won’t move much as CAD becomes firmly established. Look for low to mid 30’s south and upper 20’s to low 30’s north. Winds will be noticeable out of the NE and will thus make things feel cooler than they are.