EYEWITNESS WEATHER (WBRE/WYOU)— A complex storm is moving into the region to start the work week. Eyewitness Weather has the latest developments on the storm as it moves through our area.

Any mix of rain and snow Monday evening will change to all snow.

Periods of snow will continue on Tuesday with the heaviest snow falling in the morning across NEPA. In central Pennsylvania, the snow will be lighter. Right now, we expect the snow to taper off later Tuesday afternoon, evening and night.

In addition to the snow, the wind will pick up tonight and stay hefty through Wednesday. Gusts between 40-50 MPH are possible, which can cause isolated power outages.

This storm will bring a plowable snowfall to the Poconos where 5-8″ is expected. A foot or more can’t be ruled out, too!

However, there will be a lot less snowfall the farther west you go into central Pennsylvania. Be prepared for travel impacts and snow-covered roadways.

This storm system will move away on Wednesday, which will allow clouds to break for some sun. Afternoon temperatures will be near 40 but it will stay quite windy.

You can stay current on all the latest weather alerts and track the storm using the Eyewitness Interactive Radar.