Drivers should expect smooth travel conditions for Thursday morning’s commute, according to the National Weather Service.
Weather forecasters say temperatures will drop to the low 20s by mid-morning after a strong wind.
“This could cause roads to become muddy by freezing water, especially on bridges and overpasses,” the Japan Meteorological Agency said in a news bulletin.
Light snow is also expected to reduce visibility for drivers with gusts of up to 40 mph across the region.
Commuters should “plan a little extra time for their morning commute and be careful during their trip,” the agency said.
The forecast calls for light snowfall throughout the day, but total snow cover should be less than an inch.