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A Pennsylvania Department of Transportation road treatment truck pulls in to attach a plow at a storage facility in Franklin Park, Pa. on Friday, Jan. 18, 2019. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)

(Harrisburg) — Forecasters with the National Weather Service in State College say the second wave of a winter storm heading for the midstate will be much more significant.

Much of the midstate is under a winter storm warning through tomorrow afternoon.

Forecasters are expecting up to 6 inches of snow in most of the region. Totals could reach 8 inches in higher elevations.

Meteorologist Bill Gartner said the snow will start falling again Monday evening and change over to sleet and freezing rain overnight.

“It’s not a major crippling snowfall storm, but it’s certainly going to be messy tomorrow morning and difficult to get around, especially the early part of the day,” Gartner said. 

One-tenth to two-tenths of an inch of ice is expected to accumulate by tomorrow morning.

The system should change over to rain by the afternoon.