Winter Storm Warning until Mon. AM entire viewing area
High pressure will move over northern New England tonight. Low pressure will continue to approach from the southwest. The moisture associated with the low pressure system will continue to stream into the Mid-Atlantic...impacting the area with wintry precipitation. There will be some snow and sleet accumulation, but significant ice accumulations are expected to develop on trees, power lines and other untreated surfaces. Be prepared for potential power outages and travel disruptions through Monday Morning. Total snow/sleet accumulations look to be anywhere from 0.5" to maybe as high as 2" in isolated locations. Total ice accumulation still looks to be from 0.25" to 0.50" area wide.
Tonight: Freezing rain likely, lows 28-31. Monday: Early AM freezing rain changing to rain by sunrise, periods of rain then for the rest of the day, highs 40-44. Monday Night: Mostly cloudy, lows 31-34. Tuesday: Cloudy with a chance of some rain, snow, and sleet, light accumulations possible, highs 35-39. Wednesday: Sun and clouds, highs 36-40. Thursday: Mostly sunny, highs 32-36. Friday: Mostly sunny, highs 38-42.