Snow will be flying across much of Connecticut Tuesday evening, with many areas getting a light accumulation.
As the rate of snow picks up and temperatures cool slightly, slippery and slushy spots will develop on some roadways and sidewalks.
The modest storm began as rain across southern Connecticut but will then gradually mix with and change to snow. Areas farther north will continue to receive primarily snow.
The snow will generally be light and should wrap up Tuesday night.
Accumulations will generally be a coating to an inch across coastal Connecticut, but can reach in the neighborhood of 3 inches in the northern part of the state.
Motorists and pedestrians should be on the alert for areas of black ice.
As the storm ends and temperatures slip back a few degrees overnight, untreated wet areas can become icy and more slushy spots can develop.
Unsettled weather in Atlanta will continue into this week, with the chance of thunderstorms remaining for the area through Tuesday.
After showers and thunderstorm come through the area on Monday, Detroit will see a period of slightly cooler temperatures for much of the week.
After the new week begins with stormy weather, the Cleveland area will see temperatures reminiscent of September move in midweek.
Dallas will see continued periods of heat and dry weather before severe storms bring cooler temperatures midweek.
The first part of this week will feel more like September than the middle of July, typically the hottest time of year, throughout the Midwest.
The hot weather seen across the Northwest over the weekend will carry over into the new week, continuing the risk of heat-related illness.
Albuquerque, NM (1979)
105 degrees -- tied all-time record
Greensboro, NC (1979)
78 degrees -- all-time record high minimum.
Montreal, Quebec (1987)
Severe thunderstorms led to flash flooding and many accidents. Widespread damage; two people were killed. A power outage left dozens stranded in subways overnight.