By Mark McIntyre, CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer

Good Monday morning everybody! After a balmy weekend with temps in the 50s and 60s, we have to talk wintry weather!

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First up, today: expect a mix of rain and snow for many with more snow well north of NYC, and more rain for the coasts. Overall it’s not going to be a major winter storm, but there will be some minor accumulations in the colder ‘burbs… just make sure to take it nice and slow on the roads!

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Things will dry out pretty quickly tonight, and the temps will plunge into the 20s along with a biting breeze. Tuesday will be a pretty brisk day with temps stuck in the mid 30s despite ample sunshine. Then we’ll have another winter storm arriving Wednesday afternoon which will have substantial impacts… Stay tuned!

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