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NYC SNOW HOSTILE PATTERN CONTINUES DESPITE COLD AIR AVAILABLE
Good morning everyone. Our system which brought some hefty rain into the New York City area is long gone and we’ll see some dry conditions for a few days. Meanwhile, our next system is gearing up and represents a bitter cold push that probably won’t last long, again, and as expected.
Look for a sunny but windy day today, highs in the mid to upper 30’s. Overnight, we dip down into the upper teens to low 20’s. Areas away from the NYC area could see some mid 10’s.
For your weekend, we remain dry and half-cold. Expect sun and clouds Saturday, with highs in the upper 20’s to low 30’s; then sun and clouds again for Sunday but milder ahead of a small reinforcing shot of seasonably cold air; highs in the upper 30’s to low 40’s.
LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITY
On Monday, we descend back down to the normal/slightly below realm with highs in the low to mid 30’s and we remain dry for 1 more day. Clouds will increase Monday night ahead of our next system and we’ll wait and see if any moisture sneaks in well ahead of our system for Tuesday.
If so, we could see a flake or two before sunrise Tuesday, but the big story will be more rain before bitter cold air pushes back in. Expect a rainy Tuesday, then a possible changeover to snow overnight IF there’s any moisture left as that arctic boundary passes by.
Wednesday morning’s commute may be a little tricky with black ice issues depending on the timing of that arctic blast. Either way, Wednesday night is looking bitter cold with lows in the single digits; then we’ll have to wait and see if we can climb out of those single digits on Thursday. The jury is still out on that as far as how extreme we go, but Thursday is looking very very cold nonetheless.
In the long range, it looks as if we begin to modify that air rather quickly although we remain cold to end next week. Next Saturday we could be back into the normal realm already, then await to see what our next system does as far as our “warm” and wet/cold and dry pattern holding us hostage.
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