9:15 update: A warming station will be open for Glen Rock residents Wednesday afternoon.

The Glen Rock Fire Department, 15 Hanover St., will open at 2 p.m. Wednesday for any residents who need to take a break from the weather or have lost heat at home, Glen Rock Emergency Management said.

8:45 update: York City's snow emergency has been lifted, according to public works director Jim Grove.

Parking is allowed again on snow routes, and cars should be moved out of city-owned garages by 6 p.m.

8:15 update: Dover and West Shore schools are now closed

7 a.m. update: These York County school districts are now closed on Wednesday: Central York, Dallastown, Eastern York, Northeastern, Red Lion, South Eastern and Southern York. Also the York County School of Technology is closed.

Also, the Special Olympics skiing event scheduled for 10 a.m. at Ski Roundtop will be delayed until noon.

Previous: Tuesday's snowstorm continues to cause delays around York County on Wednesday.

All York County school districts have announced two-hour delays for Wednesday morning, along with all private schools and the York County School of Technology, according to websites.

At HACC's York campus, classes will begin at 11 a.m. Penn State York has a two-hour delay, with the first classes at 10 a.m.

YWCA York will open at 8 a.m., with no child care, aquatics or fitness programs available before then, the organization said.

York County remains under a wind chill advisory until noon Wednesday, with wind chills as low as -15 to -17 and temperatures hovering near 0, according to the National Weather Service.

Wednesday will be sunny, with a high of 14 and low of 5, and winds are from the northwest at 10-17 mph, with gusts up to 26 mph.

Thursday has a slight chance of snow showers, with a high of 21 and low of 6, the forecast said. Wind chill values will continue to dip below 0.

Temperatures will continue to be cold into early next week, with a high of 31 on Saturday the highest temperature in sight.