A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IS IN EFFECT. Please refer to updates on Fox61.com and Fox 61 Social media pages for updates.
Already, the high pressure airmass is moving out, and the clouds are here. Snow should overspread the area by midnight. A winter weather advisory is in effect for the entire state until 4PM Monday. There is a 8 to 14 hour window for snowfall before the storm tapers off. Most of this will be light snow falling but can't rule out some heavier snow coming down for a brief period of time during that window.
Current projections about 2-3" by the shoreline and 3-5" inland. Some inland towns could closer to 6" when all is said and done.
We dry things out heading into Tuesday with highs in the 30s. Wednesday during the day is dry..but there is a storm on the way and it could be a bit messy. Brief period of snow will come through, before a change to mixed precipitation and then eventually rain occurs. The storm has continued to trend warmer in recent guidance.
Another storm is possible on Sunday after a seasonably warm weekend. This storm will be rain as well.
TONIGHT: Chance for snow. Low: mid 20s
MONDAY: Chance for morning snow/snow showers. High: Low-mid 30s.
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny. High: mid-upper 30s.
WEDNESDAY: Chance for snow in the afternoon/late day. High: 30s. Snow changing to a wintry mix at night.
THURSDAY: Wintry mix changing to rain. High: Upper 30s.
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