Winter weather alerts take effect Monday evening

Forecast of snowy  icy conditions Sunday night into Monday morning

Forecast of snowy icy conditions Sunday night into Monday morning

"Through Tuesday morning, 2-5" of snowfall for most of the area.

Snow is expected to arrive during the day on Tuesday and will likely continue into Wednesday.

Most areas in western Washington will pick up at least a few more inches of snow, if not more.

Elsewhere, more than 148,000 customers lost power in MI following days of freezing rain. Whether that will mean plowable snow or just a mess of wintry mix, sleet, or freezing rain, is still unclear. This line of mixed precipitation will be steadily progressing toward the north Tuesday evening and eventually, many parts of the state will see a shift to rain before everything comes to an end. As it now looks, the heaviest snow may actually occur overnight and into early Tuesday morning.

After the mid-week storm pulls out, temperatures will climb past 50 degrees Fahrenheit (10 Celsius) in NY and Washington before a second system starts to move east this weekend.

We're expecting at least an inch of snow overnight before the precipitation freezes up.

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The service said commuters should "prepare accordingly and plan on slippery road conditions and reductions to visibility". "Stronger wind gusts up to 80 km/h are possible near the shores of Lake Ontario". Quiet during the day Monday, but snow will return Monday night (probably after Midnight).

A winter storm watch is in effect from Monday morning through Tuesday afternoon. There could be a new ice accumulation of less than 0.1 of an inch possible, and new sleet accumulation of less than one inch is possible.

By Tuesday, the bitter cold tapers off steadily and will reach -1 C by the afternoon, feeling more like -9. But it's not going to be a ferociously cold wind - I'm seeing high temperatures in the 40s on Wednesday and Thursday.

A large storm has blanketed Seattle with snow.

Friday: Cloudy with scattered showers likely in the afternoon.

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