HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Ready or not, here comes more snow.
Pennsylvanians are getting ready to shovel a modest snowstorm early Tuesday, about a day after an icy mix delivered the first punch, closing schools and causing headaches for morning commuters.
The second round was expected to begin around daybreak. The heaviest snow is expected in late morning and the front should be through Pennsylvania by early to mid-afternoon.
Forecasters are expecting around three to five inches in southeastern Pennsylvania including Philadelphia, and one to three inches in and around Harrisburg. Farther west in the State College region, around one to two inches of snow are expected.