A break from the precipitation is in place across Central Pennsylvania as of noon Friday, but more by way of winter weather is still on the table.
A disturbance just out to the west continues to move this way, and by late afternoon to early evening, precipitation from this system will start to overspread the area. This system will also be “phasing” or combining with a coastal storm. The coastal storm, or nor’easter, will become the dominant weather system and bring wrap-around precipitation across the area.
Precipitation will start as rain, and then it will transition to snow through the evening as temperatures return back to freezing after topping off in the middle to upper 30s. Snow lasting through the overnight will bring some light accumulations to the area, on the order of a dusting to 3 inches of snow throughout Central Pennsylvania. Locations to the north and northeast, including Berks, Schuylkill, and Northumberland counties could see 3 to 6 inches of snowfall.