Monday: We should continue to see a light wintry mix this morning before colder air moves in and we see a transition to steady snowfall into the afternoon and evening hours. The snow could be heavy at times with 1-3 inches expected for the Twin Ports. Higher amounts of 4-8 inches are possible for the high terrain of the North Shore. The South Shore could see over 12 inches before things wrap up Tuesday morning. Temperatures will drop below freezing into the afternoon hours and the evening commute will become icy and snowy. We will be in the mid-30s to start the day, but with temps falling into the 20s by late afternoon, any wet surfaces will become icy.
Monday night: Steady snowfall will begin to taper off into snow showers with an additional inch or so possible overnight. Temperatures will become much colder with an overnight low near 13 degrees.
Tuesday: We finally will get a chance to dig out and catch our breath with the recent winter wallop with sunshine in the forecast on Tuesday. Northwest winds will be gusting and blustery with colder temperatures and a high near 24 degrees.
The rest of the week looks much quieter as we kick off the new year with only slight chances of a few flurries towards the end of the week along with temperatures that are a bit colder and closer to our seasonal average.