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Latest storm will include a variety of precipitation

  • By Craig Rhodes/WITF

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(Harrisburg)  —  A strong winter storm moving from the midwest and down through the deep south will swing up towards the northeast and bring with it a variety of precipitation.

Forecasters with the National Weather Service say snow should start falling in the southern portions of the midstate late Sunday afternoon.

The snow will continue, heavy at times, Sunday evening.

Warmer air is then forecast to move into our region, changing things to a mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain before changing to all rain overnight Sunday into Monday.

Periods of left over light snow are possible Monday morning.

Forecasters say Harrisburg and areas east will see the most changeover.

Snow accumulation is expected to be 3 to 6-inches, with higher amounts possible west of I-81.

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