It's not exactly the type of forecast you'd expect to hear on an unseasonably warm first day of spring.
But much of the region could see accumulating snowfall for the first time since January early next week.
There will be a mix of clouds and sun on Saturday, March 21, with a high temperature in the mid to upper 40s and winds out of the north at around 10 miles per hour, with gusts up to 22 miles per hour.
Sunday, March 22 will be sunny but a bit clouder with a high temperature around 40 degrees with wind-chill values between 15 and 25.
Clouds then will roll in after nightfall in advance of the storm as the low temperature drops to the upper 20s north of I-287 in New York and the Merritt Parkway in Connecticut and the lower 30s farthest south.
At this point, the most likely time frame for the accumulating snowfall to arrive in those areas farther inland is around 10 a.m. Monday, March 23. Snow could continue at times until 2 p.m., followed by a mix of snow and rain, then all rain in the evening.
It's too early to predict possible snowfall totals as there is now uncertainty surrounding the path and strength of the storm system.
Monday's high temperature will be in the upper 30s to low 40s with rain at times in the afternoon.
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