Light rain will continue through the morning and afternoon. Most of the day remains dry.
Temperatures are expected to remain below freezing at the surface through early Monday afternoon. We'll stay generally cloudy for your Tuesday, but we could see some peaks of sunshine by the afternoon.
Tonight, temperatures will hold steady and remain ABOVE freezing, as rain chances return in the overnight, beginning a larger push of warmth! Temperatures will surpass the freezing mark early in the day, ending that threat.
Light snow is moving through western Mass this evening with a passing cold front. Colder air keeps high temperatures in the upper-20s and low-30s for Sunday. Mostly cloudy windy and warm conditions are forecast for Wednesday with a high in the mid to upper 50's.
Temperatures will start in the upper-50s in the morning, but once that cold front passes, temperatures will drop pretty rapidly.
Roads are still extremely icy from the freezing rain and wintry mix that moved through the area Monday. Falling temperatures. Chance for a brief mix or snow before ending. The storm will bring rain into Friday mixing to freezing rain and snow into Friday night and Saturday. With 2"-3" of rain possible, ice on the rivers and melting snow, there is a growing flooding potential. The exact track of that low pressure needs to be watched, as it's not entirely out of the question for the rain to end as snow across parts of our area on Saturday, especially farther northwest.