Plan on a soaker to kick off the workweek. It'll be rain most of today but as temps dive this afternoon, rain changes to snow. Plan on slushy snow, maybe heavy at times, through the night.
Round one: Another round of rain is en route! Monday morning is soaked with widespread and heavy rain. The heaviest rain is expected from 2 a.m. through 9 a.m. with scattered and lighter rain during Monday afternoon. Rain totals will be around half an inch to two inches with locally higher amounts by Monday night. Flooding will be possible on Monday as well.
Round two: As temperatures fall, wrap-around moisture is expected to transition from rain to snow showers by Monday afternoon and lingers into Tuesday. A round of lake effect snow will also be possible during this time. As of right now, snow totals look minor, less than two inches. Be sure to check back this weekend for the latest information!
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