There will be periods of light snow overnight and into the morning hours.
The snow may coat the ground with a half-inch to an inch of snow by morning.
Sunny breaks will develop Tuesday with highs around 40 degrees.
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It will get sharply colder again on Wednesday and Thursday with highs in the low to mid-20s.
Our meteorologists have issued a First Alert ahead of a storm system that could bring heavy snow to the state Friday night into Saturday.
A disturbance dropping through the Great Lakes will interact with an energized southern branch of the jet stream and create a strengthening low-pressure center.
Significant snow, wind and coastal flooding are possible.