A winter weather advisory remains in effect for Cumberland County through 7 p.m. Wednesday as the area continues to see a mix of sleet and rain this morning at 9:30 a.m.

The ABC27 forecast is now calling for less snow in the county since the mix of sleet and freezing rain started earlier than projected across the region. By midday, the icy mixture will change to rain for most areas. The rain will continue through the early evening, making for a slushy and slick evening commute too. Temperatures will likely be around or just above freezing during the precipitation.

The highest snow and sleet totals will still be in our northern areas especially north and west of I-80. There likely will be less accumulation in the deep southern parts of the viewing area, since the mix is already starting there. Despite things changing to rain later today, it will drop below freezing again tonight, which could also yield tricky travel Thursday morning too.


Colder air will linger through Thursday withe a high of 30 degrees in the forecast. Friday's high is expected to be 35 degrees with possible snow showers in the area.

Temperatures then rise into the 40s for the weekend. The warmer air means plain rain showers are most likely for Saturday afternoon and evening into Sunday.