News 12 meteorologists say the storm that brought snow and sleet overnight has tapered off. Drivers are urged to use caution and watch for wet and icy roads.
In Illinois, the National Weather Service said snow and sub-zero wind chills are expected Sunday and Monday across the state.
More significant winter weather is heading for the Valley later this weekend and into early next week.
Snow arrives Sunday night and continues into Monday morning. Temperatures in the northern part of the state could be as low as minus-13 (-25 Celsius) on Sunday night into Monday morning.
Snow will end, from west to east, Sunday morning. It is likely, with a 90 percent chance, that most of the area will see 1-2 inches of snow.
Note that small changes in the track of the storm could shift the rain-snow line south or north, which would increase or decrease snow amounts in the immediate metro region. Blowing snow could significantly reduce visibility. March has an average of about eight inches of snow in Boston and this year it looks like we're going to get close or perhaps even go a little higher than that.
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Mountain areas don't have to wait until at least Friday night to see snow.
Monday: More snow early, perhaps changing to a mixed bag before ending.
However, like its predecessors, this first one is just another underperformer but it is creating a snowy scene across much of southern New England especially southeastern MA onto Cape Cod where the snow is heaviest and the north-northeasterly wind is the strongest up to 30-40 miles per hour in gusts. Temperatures are in the middle 30s to near 40 degrees. It should taper off for the whole state around 10 a.m. March is definitely coming in like a lion.
South of Fairfax County, the storm does not earn a rating. Cold temperatures, and a chance for light snow.
And once the snow moves out, this system isn't quite done with us.