Wednesday's anticipated burst of winter weather has road crews switching from their spring equipment to winter.
We still have a late season snowfall in the cards for the entire area on Wednesday.
A Yellow Alert remains up for Wednesday, with snow developing tonight.
I hope you enjoyed the milder air and a bit of sun Monday, because things are changing drastically by midweek.
A Yellow Alert is up for some accumulating snow on Wednesday.
Most of the region did stay dry today with a fair amount of sunshine.
As we head into tonight the steadier rain will taper to showers and end by midnight.
April has been a warm month so far, at 6 degrees warmer than average as a whole, but that will change for the second half of the month.
We'll see clearing skies tonight which will set the stage for a nice day tomorrow with plenty of sunshine.
Temps today will be in the 50s with more rain at times as showers will increase this morning into the afternoon.