Winter Weather Hanging On

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For now, plan your go-bag with Rockies warmer gear and a rain shell and we can improve that outlook if we can as the system gets closer. Temperatures will hover just above freezing, with a high of 35 degrees expected Monday, followed by high of 33 on Tuesday. That will make it feel a bit colder than the actual air temperature, with wind chills in the teens to start off Monday morning.

While Saturday will be mostly sunny, temperatures will remain in the upper 30s.

The New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) has issued a snow alert for Monday, beginning at 2 a.m., when a mixture of precipitation is expected to begin. Light accumulations are possible by Wednesday morning for all of West Michigan. High near 43. North wind 9 to 14 miles per hour.

We're talking rain showers and possible thunderstorms on Wednesday.

A Colorado low pressure system is expected to intensify into an early spring storm as it races across southern and central Ontario tonight. Stay tuned to the First Alert Storm Team for the latest information.

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For now, it looks like we'll be ok.

As quickly as this yesterday's snow piled up (3"-7") it melted away thanks to some afternoon sun. However, a storm will pass off the coast to the south of New England.

- After several days of warm weather, temperatures will turn cold in the coming days as winter breathes a blast of chilly air into North Carolina. There also are a pair of other storm systems that could impact the area late this week and early next. Cloud cover will increase throughout the afternoon, however, rain showers will hold off until later in the evening.

Jim Murray, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service office in Sioux Falls, S.D., said Tuesday that the official NWS observation indicated a total of 1 inch of snowfall. We'll keep you updated throughout the week with all of these changes that will be hard to keep up with!