An accumulation of 2 to 4 inches is possible, though snowfall should stop by Wednesday evening.
Clouds will linger into Thursday morning but more sunshine will mix in by midday. Be sure to dress warmly for the morning as it is a bit of a shake up compared to what we've had over the past several days.
Bookmaker Coral now makes it odds on, at 1-2, for snow to fall in any major United Kingdom city during April.
Weather forecasters say the storm that will soon hit the state is still a tricky one to forecast, even hours before it arrives. Friday will be mostly cloudy with a high near 49 degrees.
The NWS said the heaviest snow is estimated to accumulate overnight Tuesday and into Wednesday morning. After the chance of frozen precipitation this weekend, temperatures should turn warmer and more seasonable by middle of next week. Those winds will make it feel closer to the teens, so bundle up. Afternoon temperatures are in the upper 40s, falling well short of the lower 50s we should see this time of the year.
Is Leeds set for snow this Easter? Forecasts suggest 'Beast from the East' could return
Once the winter weather threat this weekend passes, "it looks like things will start to turn a little milder for us", Pydynowski said.
According to the Met Office's long-range forecast for the United Kingdom, weather patterns across Britain over the Easter weekend are growing increasingly uncertain - with signs of another cold snap emerging. After that, temperature-highs will be int he 60s more often, which will be warm enough for more thunderstorms versus snow storms.
Met Office long-range forecaster Jeff Knight warned cold weather forecast later this month could hold on into April. North winds could blow in a few leftover showers to the Cape Fear Region and, not too far to the north, snow is possible!