Keep those sleds and shovels in the shed - for now.
Forecasters now say York County will most likely only see plain old rain instead of a freezing rain or snow this week.
"For the Rock Hill area, it's looking less and less like the wintry weather is going to happen," said Doug Outlaw, meteorologist with the National Weather Service. "It's looking more like a cold rain event."
The forecasted snow will still fall, but it's going to blanket the mountains, not the Piedmont, Outlaw said.
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Highs will be in the 40s all week, with a low of 37 Tuesday night when wet weather is predicted, Outlaw said. Rain could start after 3 p.m. Tuesday and continue through the night, tapering off Wednesday afternoon.
There's a 90 percent chance of rain.
"There might be a flake or two mixed in with the rain late Tuesday night," he said. "There could be a total of maybe a half-inch to two-thirds of inch of rain Tuesday and Wednesday."
While the winter storms should bypass the area this week, Outlaw cautioned there's still chances for snow as the season continues.
"If we keep having blasts of cold arctic air from Canada, eventually another low pressure system will develop in the Gulf Coast and there could be another round of wintry weather," he said. "That'd be far off. It's not on the horizon now."
The rest of this week should be mild and dry, with highs in the upper 40s and low 50s into the weekend.