'Messy storm' expected to hit ME on Tuesday

'Messy storm' expected to hit ME on Tuesday

The snow will become more widespread as the morning progresses, with pockets of a wintry mix passing through.

Freezing rain will develop late tonight into Tuesday morning before changing to plain rain Tuesday afternoon.

A winter weather advisory was in effect, with snow expected to begin falling between 3 a.m. and 5 a.m. all over MA on Tuesday, according to National Weather Service.

The highest temperature will be during the afternoon commute, reaching 0 degrees and no wind chill from 3 p.m.to 5 p.m.

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Snow, rain, freezing rain or a combination thereof is in the forecast early this week.

Winter weather advisories have been posted for northern CT where the icing is expected to last the longest. "Once it does, we'll get some quick accumulation - three to four inches or so", Bentley said.

Follow Perry on Twitter here. "However, even small amounts of freezing rain or freezing drizzle may cause significant travel problems".

The precipitation is expected to end by Wednesday night.

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By 7 a.m. Tuesday, snow is expected to taper off as freezing rain sets in.

Meanwhile, temperatures were expected to top out in the low 30s statewide Monday and the midle-30s Tuesday. By then, forecasters expect the rain to lighten up and the snow level to rise.

Saturday: Partly cloudy with a chance for a snow shower or two.

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