A very similar set up is brewing for the middle of the work week.
The Parkland will be experiencing some winter weather tonight into Wednesday morning.
Right now, it appears as though the onset of the precipitation should kick off around daybreak or slightly before.
WEDNESDAY: Mid-morning snow, changing to a wintry mix/ice, then rain from south to north. Total daytime snow accumulation of 1 to 2 inches possible.
In terms of accumulations, the traditional rule of thumb that the farther north you go the more snow you get will apply again in this case.
"Snowfall rates of one inch per hour are possible", the NWS said.
The National Weather Service has placed a Winter Weather Advisory for areas south of Indianapolis from 10 p.m. Tuesday to 10 a.m. Wednesday.
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"It's too early to say what the snow totals will be from either of those storms", Collar said. Temperatures will warm only into the lower 40s through early afternoon and fall into the upper 30s late in the day.
At this time, Ohio County is right on the line for mostly rain and a wintry mix, including freezing rain. Snow amounts in the Poconos could be as high as 4-8 inches in spots with the potential for icing due to freezing rain as high as a tenth of an inch.
That means most areas of the state - except for the far southern counties - can expect the precipitation to start as snow, then make a transition to sleet, freezing rain and plain rain.
The spot that really looks to luck out, depending how you look at it for this event, is the southern Jersey and DE areas of the region. Northern and western MA are expected to see at least 6 inches of snow, and the New Hampshire-border region could be walloped with up to a foot.
Well, we have had underwhelming snow events the past several days, and another system moves in tonight.
According to the Boston Globe, the storm system will dump heavy, wet snow before transitioning to rain at some point late Wednesday.
Wednesday will be partly sunny with a high near 16 degrees.