Stormy weather expected Tuesday night

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Rarely do we get through early spring without some snow, though we did in 2012 and 2015.

According to the National Weather Service, about an inch of rain is likely on Tuesday before the precipitation turns into snow and sleet that evening. Anywhere from an inch to two inches snowfall accumulation can be expected for a large portion of the viewing area, with some isolated areas receiving upwards of 3 inches.

While temperatures sank to as low as -7C on Monday, conditions will significantly improve from today. And the steady snow isn't expected to wind down until midnight. Snow will taper off to snow showers by Wednesday evening.

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The sunshine will gradually funnel in on Thursday with highs climbing into the mid 40s.

Following the snow, this afternoon will be breezy, and temperatures will fall back to the low 20's overnight.

Long range forecasts state there will be an increased likelihood of overnight frosts and a greater than normal chance of snow, especially in the north. As mentioned above, confidence in the exact timing of frontal passage and lowering snow levels is not high at this time and some changes to details are likely.

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A brief break in the wet weather looks possible late Thursday night and Friday morning before a colder system brings potential heavier snow to the mountains Friday into Saturday.

Met Office forecaster Alex Deakin said: "If you thought spring was imminent, you're in for a bit of a shock". Lows will be in the upper 20s Wednesday night. Temperatures will dive through the 60s and 50s in the evening en route to the 40s late.

"Winter is far from over yet and over the next few weeks we could once again be thrown back into the freezer despite the current milder weather".

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