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NYC SLIGHT LIGHT SNOW CHANCE TOMORROW NIGHT
Good morning everyone. With only 36 hours out for our next system, things are looking absolutely clear for the NYC area in terms of what to expect snow-wise….and it’s not much if anything at all. Meanwhile, we have four day stretch of below average temps coming up.
Today will be sunny and cold, with a steady breeze out of the NW, highs in the upper 20’s to maybe breaking 30 in spots. Tonight, winds subside a little more but it won’t be dead calm, holding down the radiational cooling a bit. It’ll still be very cold though with lows in the upper teens to near 20. Away from the NYC area, spots could see low to mid teens.
For tomorrow, clouds increase and it’ll be cold again, but at least the winds will be generally light. Expect highs in the upper 20’s to low 30’s. Overnight tomorrow, it’ll be cloudy with the slight chance of light snow as an area of overrunning-induced moisture spreads just over or just south of the area.
We’ll be watching the radar closely to see what happens, but even if we do see some flakes, a dusting will be it as far as accumulation potential. If dry air doesn’t win out immediately, it will eventually and cut off any light snow rather quickly by Sunday early AM.
Look for slowly decreasing clouds Sunday, cold with a steady NNW breeze, highs in the upper 20’s to low 30’s.
LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITY
To start the week, cold air remains on Monday with highs slightly below average and in the low to maybe mid 30’s. Then, we start to modify briefly Tuesday as we climb back to upper 30’s/near 40. Upper 30’s to near 40 temps look to stick around until we see what our next system does over next weekend; then regardless of what happens with that path, very cold air looks to move back in to start the week of the 21st.
In essence, we are getting that mid-January colder air that I’ve been expecting for quite some time; and things are looking steady forecast-wise in terms of how I see brief shots of colder than average air moving in and out over the course of the rest of January.
The cold air is here and available, but system path remains hostile towards any big snows for the moment. “Snowless” January? I’d still be shocked as I can’t remember the last time, but we’re running out of opportunities as bigger systems are 5-7 days apart now. That gives us maybe 3-4 big systems left unless a clipper decides to get squirrelly.
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