The NWS warning, issued overnight, begins at midnight Sunday and continues until 6 p.m. Monday.
The warning is for heavy snow, sleet and freezing rain. The weather will start out with freezing rain, changing to sleet and then heavy snow. The area could see one-tenth an inch of ice or more at higher elevations, followed by 8 to 12 inches of snow.
The freezing rain and sleet will likely begin overnight Sunday changing to heavy snow and continuing through Monday. Temperatures are expected to drop from the low 30s around midnight to the low 20s through Monday.
The National Weather Service warns that travel could be "very hazardous Sunday night through Monday, especially affecting the Monday morning and evening commutes.
The NWS also warns that power outages are possible because of the one-two punch of ice followed by heavy snow.
Residents are warned to only travel in an emergency, and to keep a flashlight, food and water in your vehicle if you are traveling due to an emergency.