Mix Lingers North, To Rain South and Valleys; Tapers Later

Much Better Starting Monday

A mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain will continue, mainly north of the Capital Region and over higher terrain, with just rain developing with milder temperatures from south to north through the morning and especially after midday as highs slowly rise through the 30s. Some freezing precipitation could linger in the colder spots north into part of the afternoon. 

Precipitation should taper in all areas later in the day followed by leftover clouds, partial clearing and some fog tonight and any moisture left on the ground may freeze overnight. Starting Monday we should go into a pleasant weather pattern with mostly sunny days and highs from the 40s, rising to 50 by midweek when some clouds may start to increase. 

Later in the week, colder air filters in with high pressure building over Canada while low pressure moves to the coast to our south, then offshore. This will bring gradually colder temperatures and increasing chances of mixed precipitation or rain, starting Thursday and more likely Thursday night into Friday, also as a mix or even snow. It's still too early to be specific on the development or a track, but it appears March may come in a bit wintry in parts of the Northeast.  

Stay tuned to Spectrum News for updates.