The National Weather Service is keeping a close eye on a storm that could bring a band of heavier snow to a portion of Delaware.
Chances are increasing that the state could a wintry mixed, rain and snow in Delaware. No warnings or watches have been issued and snow amounts are likely to remain under an inch in the northern portion of the state.
A narrow band of heavier snow may develop Monday morning and continue much of the day northeast of Delaware.
The exact location of this heavy snow band is uncertain at this time but the impact could be significant if it forms.
In Delaware and northeast Maryland, steady rain from Sunday afternoon ended Sunday night.
According to the Weather Service forecast for northern Delaware, a wintry mix may come before noon, with rain likely between noon and 3 p.m., then rain and snow likely after 3 p.m. Total daytime snow accumulation of less than a half-inch is possible. The high temperature is expected to be 39.
Rain and snow are likely before 9 p.m. with a chance of snow. Cloudy, with a low around 30. Chances of precipitation are 60 percent. New snow accumulation of less than a half-inch is possible.