NWS: Another winter storm bears down on North Fork

Coastal storm possible to start the week

Spring forward — even if winter is back

Forecast models are coming into agreement bringing this storm closer to the southern New England coast which could means accumulating snows for much of MA with higher amounts to the east, though track will be critical.

The high Monday is about 40 degrees, with the low Monday night about 30.

Tuesday is expected to be cloudy with a high temperature near 42 degrees and northwest wind 8 to 14 miles per hour.

A winter storm warning for snow means severe winter weather conditions will make travel very hazardous or impossible. Travel could be hard due to periodic low visibility. Be prepared for snow covered roads and limited visibilities, and use caution while driving.

Temperatures tonight will be in the 30s and low 40s with a 20% chance for a few spotty showers. Temperatures will then drop after the sun sets, inviting a chance for sleet and snow flurries after 3 a.m.

Last weekend, a powerful nor'easter that morphed into a "bomb cyclone" slammed much of the Northeast with heavy snow and rain, hurricane-force wind gusts, and significant coastal flooding. Accumulations of one to three inches with locally higher amounts of up to four inches is expected.

Snow will decrease in intensity throughout the day on Monday across the East Tennessee mountains and Southwest Virginia. Travel could become hard Tuesday morning, and only improving slightly Tuesday evening.

Late Monday and early Tuesday, snow is likely, but it may still be mixed with some rain.

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