The snow that blanketed York County on Friday probably isn't going anywhere over the next 24 hours.

The National Weather Service is predicting slightly warmer weather this weekend, but says the temperature is unlikely to top the freezing mark Saturday or Sunday.

There was still a chance of flurries overnight Friday into Saturday. The high temperature for Saturday was predicted to be about 30 degrees under cloudy skies.

The overnight low Saturday into Sunday is expected to dip to just 10 degrees, followed by sunny skies and a high of 31 on Sunday.

The weather will get warmer during the week again, with temperatures climbing to 53 degrees on Tuesday.

But between now and then, the weather service is calling for a chance of freezing rain during the day on Monday, when the chance of precipitation is 60 percent.