The major snow that fell Sunday night and early Monday has ended, but the cold air still lingers.
Temperatures will be hard-pressed in most locations to make it above 40 degrees Tuesday afternoon.
We will have to keep an eye on the regional radar mosaic overnight as there is going to be some moisture approaching from the south and west, which is associated with a very slow moving warm front.
The biggest worry is that there could be enough drizzle late Tuesday night and Wednesday morning to cause us some headaches, especially if the air temperature does wind up between 30 and 32 degrees.
That would mean that the drizzle will freeze on contact with some untreated surfaces, and these could be slick for a while Wednesday morning.
Eventually, the temperature will reach the mid and upper 40s Wednesday afternoon, but there will be occasional rain and drizzle throughout the day.