Schools close as rain, sleet and ice make for risky driving

The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory in effect through noon Tuesday as conditions are expected to worsen this afternoon and evening.
The development of freezing rain and sleet will create hazardous and perhaps even risky travel conditions for some in the area, and has the potential to put tree limbs and power lines in peril.More freezing precipitation was expected in parts of the nation’s central corridor throughout most of the holiday weekend.Some areas that flip over to wet snow closer to the coast later Tuesday night north and northwest of Boston may transition back to light rain or mist Wednesday morning.Snow and sleet accumulations of less than one inch is expected, but enough to make roads slippery. Chance of precipitation is 30%. Freezing rain is the most concerning, especially in the hills outside of the Connecticut River Valley.

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Freezing rain is in the forecast for tonight. The rain will continue on-and-off throughout Tuesday and into Tuesday night before tapering off early Wednesday. Winds E/NW 5-10 miles per hour.We’ll see the possibility for some light and spotty rain overnight, but most of that will occur after midnight. A total accumulation of sleet and snow of 1 inch is possible.Sunny, with a high near 42.Mostly cloudy and even warmer on Saturday, with highs in the mid 40s (7 degrees Celsius).We also have a chance for some lingering, rain/snow showers to fall at the tail end of this system, Wednesday evening and Thursday morning.