Rain, Snow, Rapid Temperature Drop Expected Monday Night

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With that clearing, temperatures will fall quickly overnight.

"Conditions will deteriorate during the day today, with the heaviest snowfall rates and worst travel from late this afternoon through tonight [Monday]". This snow will develop through the mid-to-late morning, and expand in coverage and intensity through the afternoon.

Forecasters say the precipitation should be finished in most areas of New Jersey before the Tuesday evening commute gets under way.

"Any rain that's still around from Tuesday, mid-morning.could change to a wet snow for a period of time", said AccuWeather meteorologist Tyler Roys, adding that if there is any accumulation of snow, it will be on "grassy surfaces". A general 5 to 10 inches is expected across Central New York. The heaviest snow is expected Monday night into Tuesday morning.

Two to four inches of snow are expected for our northern spots with one to two inches of snow in southern counties where the change to snow will happen later.

Snow has already begun to fall in parts of Michiana this morning. Areas of sleet and freezing rain are also possible along and around this line. A light accumulation of ice is likely from Oneonta back toward Binghamton and Owego. After a cold night, temperatures will rise above freezing fairly early Monday morning.

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There is a band of snow just north and northwest of KC and it will track across the metro area between 8 AM and noon.

Track the snow with our Interactive Radar! A chance of scattered snow showers or flurries. Outside of the lake effect, expect some partial sunshine.

The overnight low temperature will be in the upper teens with wind-chill values between 10 and 15 degrees.

A winter storm warning is in effect for parts of upstate NY, with up to 12 inches of snow expected in some areas followed by record cold temperatures.

Temperatures will stay cold as we head into your Wednesday.

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