Even in the absence of a major winter storm, accumulating snow still threatens to cause problems for travelers around Harrisburg on Sunday.
Steady snow arrives for Sunday afternoon and evening, accumulating a fresh inch or two.
While not a significant event, a couple inches of snow is still enough to cause slick travel on area interstates and roads.
Motorists should also prepare for a period of reduced visibility, while airline passengers may encounter delays.
In the wake of the snow, fresh frigid air will arrive for Monday as some sunshine returns.
Temperatures will be held to the upper 20s on Monday. The cold will persist through Wednesday with highs in the lower 20s anticipated for both Tuesday and Wednesday.
Later in the week, a Southern storm will have to be watched for possible impacts in the Northeast due to snow, ice and rain before Valentine's Day.
Four people in Florida are likely the first in the United States to contract the Zika virus by local mosquitoes, officials said Friday.
Rounds of drenching showers and heavy thunderstorms will heighten the risk of flash flooding across the northeastern United States through the final weekend of July.
Rounds of showers and thunderstorms moving westward off the coast of Africa may pave the way for future tropical systems over the Atlantic Ocean in the weeks ahead.
The Formula One race in Hockenheim, Germany, this weekend could become the third consecutive race to be disrupted by showers and thunderstorms.
Additional downpours are likely to roll across northern New Jersey and could suspend play during the late rounds at the 98th PGA Championship at Baltusrol Golf Club this weekend.
Tropical Depression 06w threatens to bring flooding rain to the Philippines into this weekend with potential future impacts on China and Taiwan.
Burlington, NJ (1925)
Large amount of hail fell and remained on the ground for 3 days.
Colorado Springs, Colorado (1978)
A freak thunderstorm dropped damaging hail to a depth of 2 feet. Much of it had to be plowed from the freeway.
July 29th is historically a rainy day in Waynesburg, PA. It all began in 1878 when a farmer casually told drug store clerk William Allison that it always seemed to rain on July 29th in this southwestern PA town. The clerk made a note of it and started keeping a yearly tabulation. July 29th, 2001 was the 104th rainfall in the past 124 years on this date.