Watch for some slick spots overnight as any remaining wet roads could be a bit icy. Temperatures tonight will be well below freezing and in the teens and 20s. More clouds and passing rain and snow showers possible on Sunday, but not nearly as cold!

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A very cold start to your Sunday will give way to more seasonable temperatures for the afternoon.

Passing rain or snow showers are possible at times but temperatures should be above freezing, so roads should remain wet.

Low for temperatures to be in the low 40s for the afternoon with some breaks of sun along with a passing flurry or sprinkle.

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All eyes then turn to a potential winter storm that looks to impact the area later Monday night into Tuesday with several inches of snow possible.

The daytime hours on Monday look dry but snow arrives after dinner time Monday night. Snow will accumulate Monday night into Tuesday and the potential is there for several inches. Tuesday morning’s commute is the one at most risk to have issues as many are back to school this week.

Exact impacts from this storm will be nailed down over the coming days but where this storm tracks will determine what precipitation we see and how much snow falls.

This is a first call snowfall map for this system. Keep in mind, we are still a few days away so things could change. You’ll want to continue to check back for updates and follow the Pinpoint Weather 12 team on social media.

Regardless, the active pattern continues as we’re watching another storm system for later next week!

-Meteorologist Steven Matregrano

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