TONIGHT: Snow, Rain Showers Mainly After Midnight (Coating to 1″ of Snow). Lo 31. Winds: Light.

MONDAY: Morning Snow Showers before 6 AM, Then Gradual Clearing. Hi 43. Winds: NW 10-15 mph.

TUESDAY: Increasing Clouds. Hi 43.

Today was seasonable with high temperatures in the low 40s, which plays a key factor in snow chances tonight. A light wintry mix will develop from southwest to northeast after midnight tonight. It is just a few hour window of moisture passing through over the colder air at night.

A coating to an inch of snow is expected for most areas with snow likely to mix with or even possibly changeover to rain showers along and south of Route 30.

Any snow or rain showers overnight will exit by early Monday morning (ahead of 6 AM) with gradual clearing throughout the day. Look for highs to again reach the low 40s and breezy conditions develop into the afternoon.

The first half of the new week looks quiet and seasonably mild with highs in the mid-40s. A potent storm continues to show up for the end of the week (arriving late Thursday and lasting into Friday) but signs continue to point toward mainly rain again for our region. It could be a soaking rain too with the storm picking up gulf moisture along the way. Behind the storm, it’ll turn a little cooler next weekend but still no major cold or snow on the way as far as the eye can see.

-Meteorologists Dan Tomaso and Adis Juklo