Winds could gust as high as 40 miles per hour. A regular winter jacket is all you will need.
WHAT: A wintry mix of snow changing to rain… perhaps going back to snow at the end. Unfortunately, we did see some mid and high-level clouds roll in from the west as a warm front was lifting north through Pennsylvania.
An area of low pressure is expected to develop to our southwest and move northeast toward our area. A mix of rain and snow mainly west of US 1 before 9 a.m. on Sunday is possible, before transitioning into rain Sunday night. A steady, light rain will fall overnight.
“It looks like a case of the cold air chasing the precipitation”, he said Wednesday.
Tuesday: Showers likely, mainly after 10 a.m.
It says after an overnight spell of rain, sleet and snow, temperatures fell quickly allowing ice to form on untreated surfaces. Salting your home, business or road should do the trick. Towns in the Hartford area got a few inches, when only a coating was expected.
The morning commute will be a little messy. Light and variable wind becoming west northwest 6 to 11 miles per hour. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 64. It is a cold day in the middle 30s. The thermometer will fail to rise above 32 degrees!
MONDAY: Rain/snow/mix early. Then some clearing.
Tonight, the low will be 32 with mostly cloudy skies and a north northwest wind of 5 to 8 miles per hour, according to the weather service.
“Saturday night into Sunday, a Clipper system arrives with 1-4” of widespread snow providing some much-anticipated fresh powder.
Periods of rain which may end as a brief period of snow.
This will take time for the pieces to come together. We could have yet another chance for rain next Wednesday.