We are still expecting a change to rain (and maybe some sleet and ice) for most of the area Monday morning. However, it’s possible that areas in northern and western Rhode Island could see a few additional inches of snow accumulation. Here is generally what fell from Sunday night into early Monday morning. We are calling this “Round 1” because “Round 2” of snow is possible Monday night into Tuesday morning.

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Winds will also start to increase into early Monday morning. Parts of the south coast could range between 40-50 mph.

While there could be some icy or slushy spots, much of the snow that accumulated may be washed away by rain on Monday.

However, a final shot of snow is possible Monday evening into Tuesday morning which could put down another few inches of snow into the Tuesday morning commute.

Here is what we are thinking for snowfall amounts for Monday night into Tuesday. We are calling this “Round 2”. This is a very early call and the numbers will likely have to be tweaked.

Please check back with us as the forecast amounts could change.

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