Apr 4, 2016 9:05 PM

UPDATE: Snow ending Monday night, leading into a cold but clearer Tuesday


CONCORD - Areas of light snow are expected to end Monday night, after the Granite Sate saw significant snowfall throughout the day.

A widespread 2 to 4 inches of snowfall across most of the region is making for a slippery evening on the roads. While many roads are wet and slushy, temperatures will be falling into the teens and lower 20's overnight.

Areas of black ice are likely to appear, while secondary roads, exit ramps, bridges and overpasses will be the most vulnerable to icy travel through the early morning hours.

Tuesday will start off very cold with the potential for icy travel even during the morning commute on any untreated side roads.

We are expecting warm temperatures back into the 30's by Tuesday afternoon...well below the typical average of the lower 50's for early April.

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