Winter Storm Warning in Effect through 4 am Monday

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Winter Storm Warning in Effect through 4 am Monday

Not much accumulation is expected in the Nashville area, but the freezing rain will continue until 8 a.m., which could make the morning commute slick some drivers.

A late-breaking nor'easter will dump another load of snow here in Southern New Hampshire Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.

Tomorrow's high is close to seasonable at 54 degrees.

The Winter Storm Watch goes into effect Monday evening and is in effect through Tuesday evening, which means the morning commute Tuesday could be hard.

Another nor'easter is looking likely for Monday into Tuesday. Still, both models agree there will be more snow on the way for the Northeast. With the snow of relatively "wet" nature, there would be heightened concern of tree damage and power outages if snow of that nature occurs. "This storm could bring significant snowfall across much of the Commonwealth, although of a drier consistency than the past storm", according to the National Weather Service which has issued a Winter Storm Watch for all of MA, except Nantucket. "These locations could see anywhere from 2-5" of snow, with locally higher amounts possible. Temperatures will then drop after the sun sets, inviting a chance for sleet and snow flurries after 3 a.m. By the end of the week as this low moves out, our temperatures will finally moderate. As this low tracks through, precipitation will begin as scattered rain showers.

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