Spring showers & snow Tuesday

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Lexington last saw April snow come its away in 2014, when 0.3 inches fell on April 15.

Granted, there is some snow to clear off of your auto this morning (about 5cm of wet snow fell in total) and some surfaces are a bit icy but we were spared heavy accumulation completely iced-over roads.

The forecast calls for a high of 27 degrees on Tuesday and low of 3 on Tuesday night.

There are signs of another possible coastal storm early next week and with enough cold air across parts of New England Tuesday, any precipitation would fall in the form of snow.

Rain should exit by mid Wednesday afternoon, followed by more windy conditions and falling temperatures through the remainder of the day. From snow to start the workweek to now thunderstorms we have had our fair share of everything.

Up to 14 inches (35.5 centimeters) of snow were reported farther north.

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Wednesday - A chance of rain showers before 2 p.m., then a slight chance of snow showers.

Clouds will move back tonight with overnight lows in the 20s. "If it ends up being 30 to 50 miles to the south, it's going to have a huge impact on our weather for Saturday". Even more unusual will be when you look outside next week and it still looks like the middle of Winter.

Forecasters peg the odds of precipitation in Boston on Friday at 70 percent. Snow accumulations around an inch or less are possible.

A separate storm will spread snow across the northern Plains and upper Midwest Monday and Tuesday.

The first one will arrive Thursday night into Friday. Expect skies to stay partly to mostly cloudy for the majority of the day. More snow is potentially on the horizon for Monday as well.