The next storm will approach the region by the end of the week. Today, we'll have a lull during the day and evening with highs in the upper-20s with breezy conditions.
Starting early Tuesday, we will have snow and sleet switching to freezing rain, especially south of M-59.
You'll probably have to get out the snow brush as well to dust off your vehicle.
-Cumberland, Cape May, Atlantic, coastal Burlington, and coastal Ocean.
Areas north of the King-Snohomish County line, the East Puget Sound Lowlands, and the mountains are likely to see a lot more snow.
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This snow is associated with a Colorado low that will cross Ontario Tuesday and Wednesday. A coating to 1 inch in the city is expected, with 1"-2" for Central New Jersey.
Pacific Northwest residents, more accustomed to rain than snow, found themselves digging out yet again as a fresh round of storms moved over the area, with an additional punch to come early this week.
-Northern Mercer, northern Middlesex, Hunterdon, Somerset, southern Warren, southern Morris, Union, essex, Hudson, eastern Bergen, eastern Passaic.
Monday night: Clouds increase late at night. And snow will continue to fall through Tuesday morning, intensifying from about 10 a.m. onward. "There is also a risk of freezing rain", states Environment Canada. This will be an event that will impact commute times and travel for children getting home from school, rush hour traffic getting home from work, and 2nd and 3rd-shifters going to and from work Tuesday night into Wednesday. "Expect a general 3-5" of snow for areas north of Buffalo. For the winter so far, 64.2 inches have fallen, about 7 inches more than normal, according to Weather Service records.
Commuters are expected to take cautionary action when traveling Tuesday. It is my meteorological duty to report this list, although I admittedly can't completely wrap my head around the National Weather Service's thinking.
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Meanwhile, Bruce and Grey counties are under a Winter Storm Watch.
Another bout of winter weather is headed for Toronto and the GTA this week. Another round of winter weather is on the way for Greater Danbury and the Hudson Valley with snow and some mixed precipitation.
Because of how unprepared Seattle was for recent weather, some have jokingly labelled the recent storms as Seattle's "Snowpocalypse" or "Snowmageddon" on social media.
Most areas in western Washington will pick up at least a few more inches of snow, if not more. The US has seen some bitterly cold temperatures this year, as parts of the country are still thawing out from lows of -50C.
Our next storm system is a mainly-rain-maker arriving on Friday.
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