Published: Tue, February 12, 2019
Global Media | By Garry Long

Snow to arrive late Sunday in DC, could impact Monday morning commute

Snow to arrive late Sunday in DC, could impact Monday morning commute

Our storm system will surge northward late Monday night, once again spreading wintry weather throughout the Garden State.

On the heels of rain, wind and ice, North Bay must now brace for snow. "This will result in a significant impact to the evening commute with snow covered roads and poor [visibility] in moderate/heavy snow".

Snow will begin Tuesday afternoon. "By Tuesday morning expect 2-4" of snow and sleet in most areas.

Precipitation is expected to start in Western Massachusetts around noon on Tuesday, beginning in Boston around 3 p.m.

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With cold air in place over the Chicago area, low pressure will move northeast out of Kansas, tracking over Chicago early Tuesday.

Pacific Northwest residents who are more accustomed to rain than snow are digging out from a winter storm and bracing for more. We could then see rain and sleet after 4 p.m. Highs will be near 39 degrees and calm winds will head northeast around 6 miles per hour in the morning.

Douglas and Burnett counties remain under a winter storm watch, as does Pine County in Minnesota.

We have a fleet of winter weather advisories and warnings posted for New Jersey. We are seeing different solutions to how this storm materializes. And another storm bringing snow and the potential for freezing rain was on tap for parts of the Seattle area. Rain showers will become more scattered during this time period. A cold front will push through dropping temperatures close to 40F into the 20s by the time you walk outside to your vehicle Wednesday morning. Another round of winter weather is on the way for Greater Danbury and the Hudson Valley with snow and some mixed precipitation. But it's not going to be a ferociously cold wind - I'm seeing high temperatures in the 40s on Wednesday and Thursday.

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