Snow will continue to fall at varying rates early tonight, some of which will be heavy. This snowfall will taper fast from the west to the east later this evening until around midnight. A winter weather advisory remains in effect until 1am. Total accumulation will be around a few inches with a little less north of I-80 and a little more on some ridges and farther to the south. Later tonight will become brisk and cold with some clouds and scattered flurries. Lows will be in the teens to near 20. Do be careful as wet spots will freeze. Remember wet spots and icy spots do look the same.
Monday will be blustery and colder with times of clouds and sunshine along with scattered flurries and snow showers. These will be most numerous near and west of Route 219. Temperatures will not rise out of the 20s on Monday with the wind making it feel colder than that. We’ll drop into the single digits to near 10 Monday night. Even colder air will move in for Tuesday and Wednesday. Each day will feature a mix of clouds and sunshine with just scattered flurries. Highs will be in the lower to middle 20s with some of the ridges not rising out of the single digits. We’ll drop into the single digits Tuesday night and some places will also reach the single digits on Wednesday. Thursday will be partly to mostly cloudy and cold with highs in the 20s. A warm front will bring some clouds and perhaps flurries on Friday followed by milder air returning over the weekend. Rain will develop on Sunday with a slight chance that the rain starts as a bit of a wintry mix. It will stay seasonable through the beginning of the following week.