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NYC FRIGID AIR RUSH POSES BLACK ICE PROBLEM LATE TODAY
Good morning everyone. If you follow me on Facebook at Angry Ben’s Angry Weather, I updated yesterday before things got going that it wasn’t looking good for snow lovers in the NYC area. That turned out to be true; and now we await that frigid rush of air to move in and create a big problem with all of the rain we got.
We have one more round of rain coming towards the area, then temperatures will begin to drop as winds increase. We’re at approx. 40 degrees in most areas right now and should be in the low 20’s by evening, then continuing to drop fast.
Lows tonight will be in the mid to upper single digits, and we could see some low single digits or even negative numbers away from NYC and the Pine Barrens of Long Island.
Tomorrow, we climb back into the mid teens and that’s it. With the wind machine continuing, wind chills be in the -5 to -15 range. Overnight tomorrow, we don’t drop much as far as lows and we should begin to modify slowly.
Expect a sunny and breezy Tuesday with highs in the mid to upper 20’s, then we await our next system on Wednesday.
LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITY
As of now with cold air in place, we’re looking at a wintry mix to start Wednesday, but it’s not a snow-friendly system; so expect any mx to turn to rain by late morning as we rise into the upper 30’s to low 40’s. Mid 40’s are attainable on Thursday as things are slow to leave and clouds are stubborn, then colder air creeps back in for Friday as we dip back into the mid to upper 30’s.
Next weekend, we’re back into the very cold for Saturday with highs in the upper 20’s to near 30, but depending on what our next system does for Sunday, we could be back into the 40’s.
Frigid cold air continues to look like it works in and out in very fast blasts, then it’s possible we may have a bigger stretch of very cold in the the first week of February.
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