Snow lovers may be a little upset this week - there will be winter weather, but probably not enough that will get them excited.
It's definitely going to be a mess, though, with snow, sleet, and freezing rain in the mix.
TODAY: We'll see mostly cloudy skies with some sunshine poking through at times. Winds are light and it's far less harsh than it was over the weekend with a high of 40.
TONIGHT: Rain will arrive early in the evening in South Jersey and Delaware with some light snow eventually working its way into areas closer to I-95 and the northern suburbs. Snow will eventually mix with sleet and freezing rain overnight. We're only expecting a coating to 1" in most areas that see snow with a possible 1-2" in some NW suburbs. While this is a minor event, slippery road conditions are still possible wherever snow or other types of wintry precipitation occurs. The low is 31.
TUESDAY: Some lingering light snow and ice will quickly change over to light rain in most of the area during the morning, with a wintry mix potentially hanging around longer in northwest suburbs. There may be minor ice accumulation north and west of the I-95 corridor, so take it slow on untreated surfaces. Temperatures should climb above freezing during the morning in most areas. Our high is 38.