The rain-snow mix headed our way overnight won't be much of anything for residents in the Philadelphia region.
"It's not going to be too much," said Accuweather.com meteorologist Mike Pigott. "I do think eventually that the rain, which will be heavy at times this evening, will mix with a little bit of snow late tonight."
He said the rain-to-snow crossover will occur in the North Penn area around midnight to 1 a.m.
"In terms of actual accumulation, a coating to maybe an inch on grassy surfaces. On paved surfaces, you will not see much at all - very little to no accumulation," Pigott said.
Almost the entire state will see a rain-to-snow event.
"Right now, it's more the backside of rain ending as snow," Pigott said. "Some areas out toward Pittsburgh and rural highlands of central-western Pennsylvania, in the high elevations, the rain will change over to snow around 7 p.m."
Those regions and the Poconos can expect between three to six inches of snow.
"Closer to Philly, nothing at all," said Pigott.
This weather event is not unusual. A majority of precipitation this time of year will be rain and finish as snow.
"Technically, the winter season hasn't begun," said Pigott. "We are just heading into the coldest months of the year."
He said it's not unusual for it to be more difficult for snow to occur in a weather system.
"Just due to the lack of cold we have had so far," he said.
So, save yourself a trip to the for bread, milk and eggs.
"There's no need to stock up," Pigott said.