NYC TUESDAY WASHOUT – Good afternoon folks and welcome to another rainy winter day. Part 1 of the system affecting us is slowly getting ready to head on out until the next part moves in tomorrow late morning. In between, we’ll have a damp and raw night, with a breeze out of the Northeast, clouds, patchy fog, and light rain; lows in the upper 30’s. Tomorrow, the wind starts to pick up as the next wave heads on in, with light rain and fog early, then steady rain for most of the day. Maps are showing another 1/2″ to an inch of rain, but i think we could see an inch plus if things set up right. Tomorrow evening’s rush hour will be sloppy, with ponding of water on the roads, and localized flooding in poor drainage areas. Highs will reach the low 50’s but it won’t feel like it with the rain and damp NE wind.

After everything clears out late Tuesday night, we’ll have some sun and clouds on Wednesday, breezy, and highs in the low 50’s. Then, the cold air sets up shop for several days. We’ll see sunny and cold weather from Thursday through Saturday, highs slowly dropping from the mid 30’s Thursday to barely reaching 30 by Saturday. Same with the lows, with low temps in the mid 20’s, but barely hitting 20 by Saturday night. As we get into Sunday, we keep an eye on a system brewing in the southeast. This has the potential to be a real monster down there, with heavy snow and ice. How much cold air we get locked in up here, will depend on whether we see the system slip to our south, with possibly some scattered light snow/flurries Sunday; or if the cold air can’t hang on to a certain degree, allow the storm to edge further north, giving us something more. We’ll be keeping an eye on this system as things develop. As of now this looks as if our neighbors to the south will be in the bulk of the action.


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NYC TUESDAY WASHOUT – Satellite picture shows our 2 part system trudging east/northeast, giving us back to back rainy days and some rain into tomorrow night.

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Northeast regional and local radar shows part 1 of our system moving out, leaving behind clouds, and scattered light rain/drizzle.


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Mid Atlantic radar is quiet for now, but will begin filling in again overnight. Steady rain will move into our area in NYC by late morning tomorrow.

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