As a warm front approaches Monday, the tri-state area is expected to see some light snow move in from the west.
Conditions during the morning commute should be dry for most in the area, except in western New Jersey, where roads are expected to become slick as the snow moves in.
The snow should reach New York City during the late morning hours.
A winter weather advisory will be in effect north and west of the city Monday morning into Tuesday morning.
As Monday wears on, warm air is expected to cause the snow to change over to rain along the coast by the afternoon. Major accumulations are not likely.
North and west of the city, snow should eventually change over to sleet and freezing rain, making roads slick. Before the changeover to rain, areas north of Interstate 287 could see anywhere from 1 to 3 inches of snow.
Here are your forecasts through Thursday.
TONIGHT: Increasing clouds, not as cold.
Monday: Light wintry mix of snow and sleet changing to freezing rain. Light accumulations, slippery travel.
TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy and milder, some drizzle.
HIGH: Upper 40s
WEDNESDAY: Increasing clouds with PM rain. Windy.
HIGH: Mid 50s
THURSDAY: AM showers, breezy and colder.
HIGH: Low 40s