Weston dealt with wind-induced power outages Sunday and woke up Monday to much colder temperatures and the hint of snow in the air.
That snow is expected to begin as flurries early Monday evening and cause a bit of a headache come Tuesday morning's commute.
The bulk of the snow is expected along the coasts, with the Cape and coastal New Hampshire predicted to receive 5 or more inches, according to the WHDH weather blog. Weston falls in the area predicted to receive 2-3 inches, but Boston is on the border of the 2-3 and 3-5 inch lines.
Most of the snow is expected to fall late tonight through Tuesday mid-day. Along with the snow, according to WHDH, will come arctic air that is expected to stick around throughout the coming week.
Stay tuned to Patch for updates on the storm.