The commute home to Tolland Monday evening could be a messy one.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory forecasting that we'll get up to two inches of snow this the afternoon, starting at around noon, before turning over to freezing rain at around 5 p.m.
The chance for snow is 90 percent, according to the weather service. Rain is expected to be in the area through Thursday.
The good news is that temperatures are climbing back from the arctic blast that set in during the past week. Temperatures will break the freezing point on Tuesday, with a high of 43ºF predicted. The low expected is 35ºF. By Wednesday the temperature will creep into the 50s.
What do you think: Do you prefer rain or snow?
Regional Editor Megan Bard contributed to this report