BRIEF NYC WARMUP SNOW QUESTIONS REMAIN – Good morning everyone! While many eyes turn to the weekend, we still have 5 days worth of weather to get through before we see how next weekend’s possibilities play out. Today, things will finally start to modify as we creep out of this quick March arctic blast. Yes, it was an arctic blast considering it would’ve been 15-20 degrees for highs had it not been for the March sun. Winds will begin to calm down today and with ample sun, we should get close to 45 for a high. Tonight, clouds increase as a warm front begins to enter the picture, giving us a chance of some scattered light rain into tomorrow. Clouds will be with us all day tomorrow and highs should be 55-60 unless we see some extra sun; along with the clouds is a threat of some scattered light showers all day. Tuesday night, we’ll have a decent shot at some steadier rain as the rest of the system begins to pass through the area.

Wednesday, we clear out after some morning showers and the sun may get us to 65-70 if we see that sun break out early, but highs will mostly be in the low 60’s if things remain on schedule. We gradually start to cool down again as another system begins to make it’s approach. We’ll have a sunny day Thursday with evening clouds, highs near 50, then cloudy skies overnight as temps fall into the mid 30’s.

As our next system approaches, cold air will try and dam its way down from New England, possibly giving us a snow to rain type scenario for Friday. Due to the fact that it’ll be an overrunning type situation, we need to keep a close eye on it as these types of setups are very tricky, especially this time of year. Regardless, any snow that does fall, should be gone quickly as along as the warm air expected to win out, does so by afternoon. As of now, highs should be near 50 after some morning precip., but we will be keeping an eye on it for any unexpected changes that could lean colder OR warmer.

Over the weekend, another and more robust system will approach the NYC area. A few days ago, the EURO and GFS models were fighting it out on whether it reaches the coast, or goes well north and west of the City. Now they both agree as to a low pressure system slipping to our south, but now are in disagreement over whether cold air suppresses the entire system (this could give the Mid-Atlantic region a healthy dose of March snow) and NYC sees nothing, or whether some snow makes it up here with a moderately decent low pressure giving the region a uniform swath of wet snow. Time will tell and we have a long way to go, but we will be keeping an eye on it as everything unfolds, or doesn’t unfold at all.



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BRIEF NYC WARMUP SNOW QUESTIONS REMAIN – Sun today will give way to clouds tonight, as a warm front seen entering the Ohio Valley begins to make its way into our area.

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Echoes are starting to enter picture in the form of light rain associated with a warm front that’ll be knocking on our door late tonight into tomorrow.

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