Mild air will continue to flow northeastward across the region today. This milder air will slide up and over the cold air in place. This will create areas of mixed precipitation this morning with rain, freezing rain, sleet, and snow possible. Some light accumulation of snow and ice can be expected.
This afternoon, enough mild air will make it into the area that surface temperatures will rise above freezing changing the precipitation to rain showers.
Scattered rain or snow showers will continue tonight but precipitation amounts will be light.
A weak cold front will cross northwestern Pennsylvania on Saturday bring a few more rain or snow showers to the area. It will be fairly mild on Saturday with most locations reaching the low 40s.
The flow will turn to the west-northwest Saturday night and Sunday. Temperatures will be marginally cold enough for a little lake effect snow showers activity. These snow showers should be scattered and mainly light. Lows Saturday night will fall to the low to mid 20s with highs on Sunday in the low to mid 30s.
Fair weather will make a brief return to the area on Monday.