NYC SNOW NOW LIKELY – Snow maps are up by the NWS, signaling increasing confidence by them of some sort of light snow event. However, we are in disagreement now in terms of final amounts, but more on that in a minute. For today, sun will continue to filter through some high clouds at times, breezy conditions building, with highs in the mid 50’s. My advice is to get out and enjoy this day, because we won’t be seeing weather like this for another 7-10 days at least. Cold air moves in tonight, with winds increasing even more, possibly reaching wind advisory criteria, lows in the mid to upper 20’s.

NYC SNOW NOW LIKELY – Above is the current NWS snowfall potential, below is my gut feeling on what will most likely be the final outcome based on what I’m seeing. I think this system is going to be energized somewhat more and avoid being mostly suppressed by the cold air moving in. Snow will begin as flurries late tomorrow afternoon, with periods of steady light snow by tomorrow night, highs in the mid 30’s. Snow will become steadier overnight tomorrow and go into Friday morning, making Friday morning’s rush hour a challenge due to slippery roads and temps below freezing. Please use caution when traveling as small amounts of snow on the road can be more dangerous than a foot. Give yourself some extra time and be ready to clean your cars, warm them up, and defrost them Friday morning. Highs Friday will be in the low to mid 30’s, low’s in the mid 20’s at night.

NYC SNOW NOW LIKELY – On Saturday, unseasonably cold sets in, with sunny skies and highs in the mid to upper 20’s, near 20 at night. For Sunday, we keep an eye on a system to the south of us, but as of now it looks like cold air will continue to suppress this system to our south. That being said, this doesn’t come without a price in the form of some frigid air. Sunday will be unseasonably cold again, with highs in the mid to upper 20’s, and lows in the mid teens. Monday will be more of the same, but temps will modify somewhat Monday night and into Tuesday, returning to the realm of normal. The long range as of now looks to point to a return to the pattern we’ve been seeing for the past few weeks – active with quick shots of above normal temps, rain, below normal/normal temps, then more rain.


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Satellite shows a sharp cold front approaching the area, giving us our mild day today, and colder air behind it tonight.

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Radar shows yesterday’s system heading into Canada, some lake effect upstate, and quiet locally for now. The Radar will fill in late tomorrow with some light snow as a system heads out to the south of us.

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