Clouds filled the sky overnight and some light precipitation is working its way northeastward across the region this morning.
With the atmosphere still plenty cold, many spots to our west have been reporting light snow to start Tuesday…with even some light accumulation reported across parts of Connecticut and far western Massachusetts.
This activity will begin to dissipate and shift eastward through the morning hours, eventually crossing over our area during the late morning to mid afternoon time frame.
Consequently, we may see a couple of showers of snow or mixed snow and rain for a time today before drier air takes hold later this afternoon and this evening.
Temperatures will once again be well below the average for the date…with highs only climbing to the lower to middle 40s (but temperatures likely dropping back into the 30s if and when any precipitation develops over the area).
Regional radar, visible satellite imagery and surface observations from Tuesday morning show the precipitation shield to our south and west.