Central Pennsylvania is still on track to see one or several inches of snow, forecasters said Wednesday afternoon.
The good news is the inclement weather is not likely to affect the evening commute, as forecasters said the bulk of the snow will fall by the late afternoon.
But until then, central Pennsylvanians could experience dangerous driving conditions from snow, rain and sleet showers. The National Weather Service said the mixed precipitation could leave an icy glaze over local roads.
A combination of rain and snow will fall before 2 p.m. Wednesday. Snow could combine with sleet between 2–3 p.m., then shift to solely rain after 3 p.m. The rain could last until about 11 p.m., according to the NWS.
Snow falls on Mechanicsburg late morning of Jan. 25, 2023. JOE HERMITT| PennLive
Forecasters said temperatures will peak near 40 Wednesday. Forecasters said up to 35 mph winds are possible throughout the day.
A winter weather advisory is in effect until 4 p.m. Wednesday for Dauphin, Lebanon, Cumberland, Adams, Perry and Franklin counties.
Travel restrictions are in place on some Pennsylvania highways. The speed limit has been lowered to 45 mph on Interstates 81, 83 and 283; as well as Routes 15, 22, 30, 222, 283, 322 and 581. Travel conditions can be monitored via 511PA.
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