Monday Night Weather: Expect To Wake Up To Snow

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Here we snow again – though the incoming round of snow Tuesday is far from a major deal. It comes after a frigid start to the day, with a good chunk of the state recording single digit low temperatures. By the time the clouds roll in in advance of the snow, they’ll trap that arctic air in, and help keep the highs really quite low Tuesday.

A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect for the state. This clipper system comes in after the morning commute, so getting to work and school Tuesday seems to be mostly fine.  By mid-morning, much of the state will be getting snow . This will continue until the late afternoon – making getting home from work and school a bit trickier.

So how much snow? Not much, but enough for trouble. I’m not expecting more than 2-4” across the state – and most of the state ‘should’ stay on the low end of that call. However, I’m not ruling out a few moderate to heavy snow bands that may dump additional snow in isolated areas – for a few of you, the high end of that range may be in the works.

Measuring this will be tough. It’s light, fluffy, and will blow everywhere. Finding an accurate measurement may not be too easy – or even uniform – in your backyard.

Snow ends late in the day, and we spend the second half of the week quieter….and warmer. Get ready, because the first thaw in quite some time is on the way!

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