After a beautiful weekend with temperatures reaching into the 60s, snow began falling early Monday morning. However, the snowfall will end around noon time, according to the National Weather Service.
Forecasters expect the heaviest snow accumulations to be over southern Rhode Island. They expect anywhere from two to four inches.
The snow may affect the morning commute, but most roads will be wet, rather than snowy. However, NWS said snow has been falling hard enough along the I-95 corridor, from Westerly in to Connecticut, to create slower driving conditions.
This storm is pretty far offshore, so don't expect to much wind, according to the National Weather Service.
Also, NWS said there will be peaks of sun this afternoon following the end of the snowfall.