(State College) -- Another winter storm is forecast to arrive in the midstate tomorrow on the heels of the snow and freezing rain that hit the region over the weekend.
Just as the roads dry out, anywhere from two to five inches are expected to come down tomorrow -- with higher accumulations in the southeastern part of Lancaster County.
By some counts, it's the third snowfall of the year in the midstate, going back to a small accumulation ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.
"It looks weaker than the thing that just came by us. It looks like it could be another two to three inches of snowfall, early tomorrow morning, probably starting around sunrise, maybe a little before sunrise, and ending tomorrow afternoon," says Mike Dangelo, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in State College.
Forecasts show a low of 18 tomorrow night, which could make roads slippery overnight as well.
But, Wednesday will bring sunshine, and a high of 35.
"It's already been a rather snowy period for us. When a storm comes by, it seems to have snowed instead of making plain rain. So I think the general feeling is right now, it seems to be a snowier and colder time. Whether that's going to last over the next three months, we don't know," said Dangelo.
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