By Chelsea Ingram

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — An upper-level disturbance swinging through the atmosphere this morning will be responsible for bringing some areas (not all) a quick dusting or coating of snow.

Flakes have been flying this morning on many of our neighborhood network cameras including the Poconos, Bethlehem and even our Plymouth Meeting camera.

The snow showers have already put down 1.5″ in Pennsburg, PA & 2.0″ in Pottstown, PA.

Accumulation generally will not amount to much, more of a nuisance than anything but roads could briefly become slick before temperatures rise into the 40s this afternoon.

Spotty, light showers will continue throughout the day, and as temperatures rise (into the low/mid-40s) these spotty, light showers will transition to light rain showers.

FORECAST:

THIS AFTERNOON — A Mix of Sun and Clouds with Spotty Light Rain and Snow Showers. High 44.

TONIGHT — Mainly Clear and Chilly. Low 29.

TOMORROW — Sunny and Still Chilly. High 47.

TUESDAY — Mostly Sunny and Seasonable. High 53.

WEDNESDAY — Mostly Cloudy and Mild with a Passing Shower. High 55.

THURSDAY — Partly Sunny and Very Mild with a Chance of Showers. High 60