A little bit of everything will be mixed in with the incoming winter storm Tuesday morning, including snow, sleet and rain with temperatures in the 30s and a hazardous commute ahead. There is also a risk of freezing rain.
The precipitation is expected to turn back into snow by Tuesday night, as colder air settles over the city. Right now, prepare for some slick roads Monday morning and early afternoon across the region. Much of Northeastern Minnesota is expected to receive 3-6 inches of snow through Tuesday evening.
After light snow Sunday, just a few flurries will be possible today. Despite the meager snow totals and mainly wet roads, Tuesday morning's commute may still be a messy ride.
Up to a quarter inch of ice could accumulate in portions of northern Cook, Lee, DeKalb and Kane counties, according to the weather service.
The snow is expected to end by Tuesday morning, but the wind will pick up, so blowing snow may be an issue.
Storms have delivered more snow to Seattle in the first days of February than it usually gets in a year, the Seattle Times reported.
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Snow-socked residents of the Pacific Northwest are finding themselves digging out yet again after a fresh round of storms, with an additional punch to come early this week.
We get about a 24 hour break before the next storm is likely to arrive area-wide.
More than a foot of snow (30.5 cm) was recorded in some areas, including on the Olympic Peninsula.
-Winter Weather Advisory. from 6 a.m. Tuesday to 6 a.m. Wednesday for Bergen, Essex, Hudson, eastern Passaic, and Union counties. Temperatures will remain cold and below average throughout the week.