Kent County is under another Winter Weather Advisory, this time from 2 p.m. Tuesday afternoon until 2 a.m. on Wednesday.

The area is predicted to be hit with 2 to 4 inches of snow.

The National Weather Service advisory states there will be periods of rain and snow midday followed by ran, or a mix of ran and snow. By Tuesday evening, the precipitation will turn to all snow. The snow could fall moderate at times this evening before ending overnight.

The snow could cause roadways to be wet during daylight hours today as temperatures are expected to rise above freezing as the precipitation moves in. As temperatures drop later this afternoon and this evening combined with a steady snow, untreated surfaces will become slippery and potentially snow covered. Bridges and elevated surfaces tend to ice up first.

Visibility could be as low one-half of a mile.