The GFS and NAM are still in agreement on a relatively non snowy solution for the region, with any snow and sleet quickly transitioning over to rain from south to north through the evening hours. Most locations locally wouldn't see much snow at all -- temperatures aloft and the surface warm sufficiently and transition light snows over to rain during the PM rush hour.
If the heavier burst of precipitation overhead, as modeled by the Euro, pans out, we might see a bit more snow on the front end but odds would favor this being more of a grass and car accumulation, less a roadway threat. However, it may result in a rather slow drive home if such a scenario pans out. The Euro scenario would also yield more snow to our north and northwest as the transition to rain would be delayed. This would be more of an issue for the Lehigh Valley and Poconos than locally.
We should see the first drops and flakes into the city after midday today, with the bulk of precipitation falling after 4 PM and through Midnight. The city is still on track for a total of just shy of an inch of liquid equivalent precipitation, some of which on the front falls as snow or sleet.