Phil predicted an early spring, but there won't be any signs of a warmer season in York this week.

More snow is on its way, expected to start falling late Monday afternoon through early morning Tuesday.

York is expected to receive a half inch during daytime hours, and 1 to 2 inches will fall throughout the evening, said Elyse Colbert, a meterologist with the National Weather Service.

Snow will stop a little after midnight or 3 a.m. at the latest, she said.

Temperatures will remain in the mid-30s Monday and Tuesday, with a slight chance of flurries Tuesday night. No significant accumulation is expected Tuesday night, Colbert said.

Snow could return Thursday night into Friday morning, with a wintry mix of rain and snow on the way. But it's too early to predict how many inches, if any, could blanket the region, she said.

Temperatures will slowly rise throughout the week, hitting the 40s by Friday, Colbert said.

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