MILD WITH MORE RAIN
We'll spend the day in the 55-60° range with breezy and mild southwest winds. Fog will continue to be an issue where the snow is still on the ground, but we're looking at a mostly dry day until we get to the PM commute. Rain will move in with a cold front and persist into the evening.
Rain will change to snow as a wave moves along the slowly moving cold front. That will be a problem for the Wednesday morning commute. Accumulations look to fall in the 1-4" range across most of southern New England, with the higher totals along tne south of the Pike. The southern Worcester Hills will get slick first (as soon as midnight), with snow overspreading south shore and Cape for the AM commute. There's still some uncertainty as to where the higher totals will set up, but a WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect along and south of the Pike where 2-4" is most likely.
This will all depend on the cold air catching up to the front and that wave actually developing. It is our best analysis at this point, but stick with us in this rapidly changing weather situation.
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