We are at least enjoying a relatively decent Easter Sunday as a cold front falls apart and weakens. Developing sunshine and temperatures in the 50s to near 60s is just where we area supposed to be for this time of year. Of course you would think that by now we would be done with any snow issues however this is not the case. Winter Weather Advisories are in effect for South Central Pennsylvania and North Central Maryland including York, Lancaster, Harrisburg & Philadelphia. Winter Storm Watch is in effect for counties to the west where some elevation driven snow amounts could be higher.
Snow will develop during the early morning hours on Monday and should get underway around 2am and it will be mostly over with by 8am. Much of what falls overnight will certainly stick to cold surfaces and even on most rural paved surfaces. Several slushy inches seems like a good bet and an upside surprise is possible in some areas especially where elevation plays a role. All of this ends early Monday and by Monday afternoon if the sun comes out, much of what would have fallen will have melted.