NEW YORK (WABC) -- It has been a rainy Sunday for much of the Tri-State area, but some parts of the region could also be in for a wintry mix.
In the higher elevations well north and west of New York City, some of that rain could freeze on untreated surfaces and create slick travel.
These areas are under a Winter Weather Advisory for that possibility of freezing rain.
Sunday will be cloudy, brisk and noticeably chillier with periods of rain, but some snow or sleet could mix in across the Poconos and Catskills.
Some of the highest elevations could even end up with a small accumulation of snow and sleet before the day is done.
Wind chills will make it feel like the 20s and 30s.
Precipitation will gradually taper off Sunday night, and some sunshine will return on Monday.
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