Another round of wintry weather is due to arrive on Monday. This system threatens to bring a significant snowfall, before thawing temperatures begin to melt the region’s snowpack. Snow is not forecast to begin until mid-morning, thus sparing much of the early commute. Accumulations of 3 to 5 inches are expected by the time the snow ends late in the afternoon. Temperatures during Monday’s snowfall will hover near freezing, making for a sticky, heavy accumulation. Mild weather will follow in the wake of the snow, with temperatures climbing into the 40s on Tuesday. Daytime readings are then forecast to remain above freezing through the remainder of the week. Strong southerly winds are expected to bring rain, and a spike in temps Thursday, with readings pushing well into the 40s.