WEATHER ALERT: Travel Monday afternoon and evening could be tricky as light rain and drizzle changes to snow in northwest Rhode Island. 1-3″ possible in northwest Rhode Island. A coating to an inch in Providence to the south coast (mainly on grassy surfaces and car tops).
Rain will be heavy at times overnight with some pockets of freezing rain possible north and west of Providence.
That rain will turn back to snow on Monday and a Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for areas north and west of Providence. More on those snow chances in a bit.
Tonight, expect rain to become heavy at times. A half inch to 1.5″ is possible overnight into early Monday.
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Rain is possible all the way up into Southern New Hampshire tonight.
For Monday morning, expect the steady rain to be gone, but rain showers and drizzle will likely remain.
Then, it starts to get colder. From northwest to southeast late morning into early afternoon, the rain will flip to snow.
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So, prepare your day to end with snow. In fact the afternoon trek home from school and work could be tricky one…especially north and west of Providence where the snow could be falling heavily at times.
That snow will continue through the Monday evening commute…really snarling things up.
1-3″ of snow is possible north and west of Providence, which could make for a tricky afternoon/evening commute. A coating to 1″ is possible south of Providence, mainly on the grass where it will be a little milder.
Expect most of the snow to be winding down by 8pm Monday, then skies clear overnight.
-Meteorologist T.J. Del Santo
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