Snow Falls In Spots Monday, More On The Way Wednesday

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The dry weather is expected to continue into Saturday before another area of low pressure is forecast to move through on on Sunday. "Snowfall amounts will be 3-6", with locally higher amounts.

Tomorrow night, we can expect increasing cloudiness and lows 25-32.

Blizzard warnings and winter storm warnings and watches were in effect from eastern Montana south to Kansas and east to Wisconsin and northern IL, the National Weather Service said.

The most treacherous conditions will occur across central and southern South Dakota where 6 to 10 inches of snow will be accompanied by 50 to 60 miles per hour wind gusts that will create white-out blizzard conditions.

The Madison area should see around 4 inches from the storm, which could bring 3 to 6 inches to the area, and up to 8 inches to portions of central and northern Wisconsin. Tens of thousands are still without power as the coastal storm develops off the Carolinas and tracks along the coast. Timing for this system is as follows: rain is likely to start as early as Tuesday evening in areas south and west of the Philly area, with some rain/snow mix or even purely snow in places north of the city.

Another nor'easter is expected to hit the region this week, and a foot of snow is likely for some by the time it ends. Since the storm is tracking close to the coast of Southern New England, sleet and rain could mix in especially in eastern portions of CT. As we head into the afternoon hours, rain will begin to mix with, then transition into snow north of Highway 20.

After a high of 42 degrees on Tuesday, Accuweather is predicting the low will drop to 31 overnight, with a high of 37 during the day Wednesday.

Calving season has begun and wet snow can be unsafe to young livestock.

"Wind is nothing like the last storm".

The highest totals are expected in the Cambridge, Princeton, and Mora region. Snow heavy at times at night. In Southeastern Connecticut, snowfall accumulation may be cut down by mixing with sleet and rain.

Another big difference between the coming storm and last week's: The snow is arriving with notice.

This will be a relatively quiet period.

Wednesday night: A chance of rain and snow before 7 p.m., then a chance of snow. The weekend looks good too.

Wednesday: Mostly sunny and a little bit warmer.

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