SPRINGFIELD, Mass (WWLP) — Snow, sleet and freezing rain will push into western Massachusetts Sunday morning through the afternoon, which will likely make for some slick conditions on roads, warranting a winter weather advisory.
The advisory goes into effect at 5 a.m. Sunday morning through 2 p.m. for a light snow accumulation along with icing from sleet and freezing rain. Those conditions could lead to icy spots on roads, so make sure to be extra careful when traveling.
The highest snowfall amounts will be found in the western hills, with the lowest amounts in central and eastern Hampden County.
By the afternoon, many areas will make the switch over to plain rain. Areas to the north and west of Springfield will take longer to make the change.
By the evening, just stray rain showers will linger for most. We’ll dry out completely Sunday night for a pretty quiet and mild week ahead.