Timing: When the snow is forecast to start Tuesday and end Wednesday

Timing: When the snow is forecast to start Tuesday and end Wednesday

In parts of Washington state a winter storm watch is in effect through Tuesday afternoon.

Many areas north of M 59 and I-69 will keep seeing snow adding up and could see upwards of 6 inches of snow and very unsafe travel from ice, snow, and blowing snow as the winds pick up too SE/SW 7-17 miles per hour gusting to 25 miles per hour. Heavy snow is likely tonight with blowing snow on Tuesday. "This would potentially give us 3-5" on the ground for the Tuesday morning commute with additional accumulation through the day.

The precipitation comes to an end Tuesday night and with the exception of a couple of leftover showers Wednesday morning, the storm will be gone.

Precipitation is expected to start in Western Massachusetts around noon on Tuesday, beginning in Boston around 3 p.m. Widespread light to moderate snow is expected through the day with it winding down just a little before sunset. There's a possibility of around an inch of snow and sleet accumulation possible.

Monday night: Clouds increase late at night.

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Forecasters have warned of more to come on Sunday and Monday. "Another 1-2" will fall during the evening before tapering off before midnight.

-Winter Weather Advisory. from 6 a.m. Tuesday to 6 a.m. Wednesday for Bergen, Essex, Hudson, eastern Passaic, and Union counties. After Monday, dry conditions are expected through Thursday with temperatures in the 30s and 40s.

It could warm up enough to bring only rain, with no freezing rain or sleet, according to the National Weather Service.

We haven't had much winter yet this season, but brace yourself for a bit tomorrow. Follow him on Facebook or Twitter for the latest forecast and realtime weather updates.

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