It is shaping up to be a blustery and cold early Wednesday morning in the Tri-State Area. With temperatures expected to drop to a low of 15 degrees overnight, residents will have to be prepared.
As if there wasn’t enough snow on the ground, a weak clipper will bring light snow to the Tri-State Area this weekend before another storm, which is right on its heels, brings even more.
The wind is taking over and picking up in intensity and it may bring gusts of up to 35 mph which will help to prolong blowing and drifting snow which could hamper clean up efforts.
It won’t be as bad as the Blizzard of 2010 but the Tri-State area is once again bracing for some significant snowfall.
NEW YORK (CBS New York) -The bulk of the weekend snowstorm will dodge most coastal areas of the mid-Atlantic, but may still hit eastern New England and New Brunswick hard with snow. The latest consensus […]
While the impending storm would not be as bad as the last one, strong winds and about an inch of rain are expected to hit the area Thursday into Friday night.