What a nice Veterans Day! Temperatures reached the low 60s in many parts of southern New England and will stay mild through this evening.
Mild conditions continue overnight with some patchy fog. Big weather changes Tuesday into Wednesday
We’re tracking a strong cold front that will push across the area by the Tuesday afternoon. Temperatures will start out relatively mild, but drop through the day. Precipitation will change from rain to snow during the afternoon/evening.
LATEST SATELLITE RADAR: System across the Ohio Valley will approach Tuesday, first as rain, then wet snow by mid to late Tuesday afternoon
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So the evening commute could be a little messy with snow falling. At this point only minor accumulations on colder non-paved surfaces (grassy areas, car tops, patio decks)
SNOW ACCUMULATIONS: State-wide it looks like a thin slushy coating by late afternoon and early evening.
ROAD CONDITIONS EARLY THURSDAY EVENING: Roads look to be mainly wet, but with rapidly falling temperatures will need to watch for some icy spots. It all depends on how fast the pavement dries out before temps go well below freezing
Any snow ends by early evening, followed by record cold temperatures on Wednesday, with gusty winds adding to the winter-like feel.