Light snow and freezing rain have delayed some schools in York County on Friday, but rising temperatures should switch the weather to rain by mid-day.

Northern York and West Shore school districts are operating on a two-hour delay Friday, according to district websites.

York and the surrounding counties are under a freezing rain advisory until 3 p.m. Friday, the National Weather Service said. The area south of the Pennsylvania Turnpike will see brief light snow in the early morning, followed by freezing rain or drizzle that will leave a coating of snow covered by less than a 10th of an inch of ice, the service said.

The freezing rain should end by noon, the NWS said, and there's a chance of rain in the afternoon.

York's high on Friday will be 39 and the low 36, the forecast said.

More rain is expected Saturday, with more than an inch of precipitation possible, the service said. Saturday's high will be 55 and the low 35, and winds will be from the south at 8-15 mph.

There's a chance of more showers on Sunday morning, followed by a sunny day, the forecast said. Sunday's high will be 45 and low 30, and winds will be from the west at 13-15 mph.

Monday will be partly sunny, with a high of 49 and low of 37.

There's chance of rain Monday night and Tuesday, and Tuesday will have a high of 44 and low of 31, the forecast said.