The bit of snow expected overnight Monday into Tuesday is just a small preview of what's expected later in the week when a more significant storm is expected.
Scattered rain and snow showers Monday afternoon and evening will turn to all light snow showers overnight, with minimal accumulations of a coating or so possible.
Tuesday will be mostly cloudy day with a high in the mid-30s. Sun will mix with clouds Wednesday, with a high in the low 30s.
After a cloudy day Thursday with a high in the low 40s, snow is expected to arrive in the area overnight and end sometime Friday morning, which is Groundhog Day. At this time, about 2-4 inches of accumulation is expected.
There is still much uncertainty surrounding the storm.
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