Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement warning of a "winter storm with 15 to 25 centimetres of snow and blowing snow threatening Tuesday into Wednesday".
The snow is expected to taper off to flurries on Wednesday. The snow will then change over to sleet, freezing rain and rain from north to south.
NEXT WAVE OF SNOW SHOWERS: Following the brief period of dry weather late Monday morning - early Monday afternoon, snow begins to overspread the area again.
The next storm will approach the region by the end of the week.
Starting early on this Sunday morning we are experiencing temperatures in the upper 20s and lower 30s with wind chill values in the teens.
Showery start to the week: We expect a few (emphasis on "few") showers and some patchy drizzle on Sunday, and there's only a slightly better chance of some mainly light rain around on Monday. A coating to 1 inch in the city is expected, with 1"-2" for Central New Jersey. Mid-Michigan will be on the edge of a rain-snow line, which could bring a mix of heavy snow, sleet and freezing rain blown around by winds gusting to 40 miles per hour.
Afternoon highs will reach the low 40s for everyone.
The statement notes that a winter storm with significant snow, freezing rain and strong winds is possible for Tuesday, Feb. 12.
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