Forecast: Potential for snow during wild weather week

Forecast: Potential for snow during wild weather week

Mostly cloudy, with a low around 28. "If the rates do pick up Thursday morning, we could have some slick spots or some covering of snow" on roads across the region. Overnight low temps fall into the mid and upper 20s.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for Tuesday and part of Wednesday, as a storm that will start with snow moves in by mid-morning Tuesday.

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On the South Fork, temperatures are warming up, though rain is expected to fall over the next two days. Icy and slippery roads are very likely through the higher terrain much of the day Tuesday and the lower valley may see these conditions through the first half of the day before changing to rain. "Temperatures will reach well into the 40s before turning colder Wednesday night".

It will not be until late Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning that everyone in western MA has turned over to plain rain, but we expect the changeover to plain rain to happen in the lower Pioneer Valley early Tuesday afternoon. The high in Portland is expected to be around 27 degrees. That front will be followed by a system which pulls even colder air into northwestern New Jersey with below-average temperatures for Thursday and Friday. "We're kind of starting to get hints of spring".