There's a winter storm brewing, and York County could see significant snowfall to start next week.
The developing storm system in the Gulf Coast is expected to move into the area Sunday night, bringing a 70 percent chance of snow starting late Sunday night and continuing on through Monday, said Bryan McAvoy, meteorologist with the National Weather Service.
"At this point we don't really have a good handle on how much" snow will fall, McAvoy said. "We'll certainly see a few inches of snow."
Tonight, the forecast calls for rain showers and a slim chance of snow, with little or no significant accumulation.
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There's a 50 percent chance of snowfall most likely after 3 a.m Monday morning, when temperatures are predicted to be in the mid-20s. Snow and sleet are likely later Monday morning as the chance of precipitation increases to 70 percent and temperatures rise into the low 30s.
The possibility of winter weather continues into Tuesday, when the day's highest temperatures are expected to hover in the mid-30s, with a 40 percent chance of snow or a wintry mix.