Look for a mix of rain, freezing rain and snow to move into the region on Monday. The precipitation changes to all snow Monday night. As the storm departs, a strong wind from the west will produce lake effect snow showers on Tuesday. The roads may become slick by Monday afternoon. The snow will likely remain in the area for most of the week with a few inches likely.
Temperatures will hover in the 20s Tuesday with wind chill readings in the single numbers and teens.
See the slideshow on the top for a few forecast weather maps for the storm.
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