Winter Weather Advisories have been issued for all western Massachusetts for snow, sleet and freezing rain late tonight into Sunday morning. 

Snow and ice accumulations are expected to be light, but it doesn’t take much freezing rain to make for slippery conditions.

Almost all of the Pioneer Valley will see anywhere from nothing to a less than an inch of snow, but a glaze of ice could lead to slick conditions through early Sunday morning. So if you’re out and about on the roads overnight into early Sunday morning, plan on some extra travel time. 

Freezing rain could linger a little longer to the north and west.

After about 10 o’clock Sunday morning, most of us should warm above freezing, and conditions will  improve as we make the switch over to plain rain. Highs will reach the low 40s. 

Rain showers could linger into the afternoon, becoming much more scattered in the evening.