New Year's revelers in northern New England should be prepared for some snow.
And some rain.
Meteorologist Mike Cempa from the National Weather Service said snow will move into the region Monday evening and most areas should be seeing snow by midnight.
He said the snow will turn over to rain on the coast and in southern New Hampshire and Vermont, while central areas could see some freezing rain and sleet. He said northern locations and higher elevations will stay snow with accumulations of 3 to 8 inches.
The precipitation will be over by Tuesday morning and the temperature will climb to nearly 50 degrees before plunging again on Wednesday.
There is a winter storm warning for the northern-most part of New Hampshire. There is a winter weather advisory for most of the state.
Greater Concord could see 2- to 4- inches of snow and sleet on New Year's Eve, according to the National Weather Service.
The seacoast communities will see rain before 11 p.m., followed by a mix of rain, snow and sleet Monday night.