Rain changes to snow
Futurecast radar from the HRRR model shows areas of rain showers changing to snow as the frontal boundary progresses. A second wave brings snow shower activity back to the region Sunday evening.
Folks travelling over the interior and eastern areas should expect precipitation change and potential slick spots forming through the day. This should not pose widespread problems, and will be certainly negotiable as long as reduced speeds and caution exhibited around intersections are used.
With temperatures starting off on the mild side for parts of the state this morning, the front changes that with steadily falling temperatures through the day. A west/northwest wind will pick up, and by mid-afternoon wind chill values in the teens and 20s will be prevalent around the region.
Snow showers for some Monday morning
By the time the school buses roll early Monday, most areas appear clear of any new accumulation. Any snow showers around will dissipate through the morning.
The west / northwest wind appears to continue to keep most areas feeling like the teens and 20s through the day.
High pressure moves in during the afternoon and settles over the state Monday night, which will slack the breeze for most by midnight Tuesday.
Total snowfall from National Weather Service ideas shows the bulk over Quebec border. The mountains and ski hills should pick up a couple of inches out of this by the time this is over.
Another weak front for Wednesday;
Eight year forecaster.