They issued a winter weather advisory through 1 p.m. Monday for Lehigh, Northampton and Carbon counties. Terre Haute can expect about two inches, according to Jason Puma, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service office in Indianapolis. This low pressure system will track across Virginia overnight and off the Mid-Atlantic coast by sunrise Monday morning. Temperatures are a bit chilly with the clear skies overnight, with many of us starting the day in the upper teens to middle 20s.
In Madison on Monday, look for increasing clouds, a high near 39 and light south wind increasing to 5 to 10 miles per hour in the afternoon.
A steady snow will likely begin between 3 and 6 am tonight.
Five weather warnings are in place as heavy rain and snow blight swathes of the United Kingdom on Easter Monday.
Tuesday will see snow showers decrease for most of the area. The highest of the accumulations is expected south of Providence and toward the south coast.
"A widespread swath of 1" to 2" of snow generally north of a line from Bloomington to Greensburg and south of a line from Crawfordsville to Muncie.
Rain will creep into the Valley late on Monday evening as a low pressure moves in, and will continue throughout Tuesday.
Northern Delaware could see a snowy start to the week.
Some rural communities could become cut off, mainly across the northern Pennines and Scottish Borders, with "significant accumulations" and up to 10cm of snow forecast.
At 8 a.m. on Sunday, highways were reported as snow covered in those areas, with speeds reduced on I-80 west of Grand Island and on I-29 near Rock Port, Missouri. Highs will still be well below normal, only warming up to around 40 degrees. Hopefully you had the chance to get outside and enjoy some of the sunshine and warm weather before the clouds rolled back in, late this afternoon.