Winter is making one final push today as a clipper system pushes south of our area. Dew points are currently in the 10’s for most areas outside of western York County where precip has begun. These dry dew points are eating up the precip this morning but when it comes, temps will likely crash to around freezing from current readings in the low to mid 30’s. This is a process known as evaporational cooling.
The end result is that rain and snow moves in over the southern half of the area and a coating-2″ is likely for all involved with 2-4″ in the hills of southern Oxford and York counties. Most of this falls mid morning/early afternoon before tapering to rain showers as temps warm and the low shifts east. Highs will rise into the mid to upper 30’s south and upper 30’s to low 40’s north where some sun could peek out from behind the clouds.