There are some bone-chilling temps out there this morning! If you live in our northern ‘burbs, some of the wake up temps are going down to the single digits.
Hope you’re having a good Tuesday. The weather is actually tranquil today. With temps a few degrees above normal in many areas, some melting is occurring right now.
You might want to consider staying inside through at least noon today. Winds will be WHIPPING around.
We have some light snow falling across parts of the Tri-State. The clipper is moving east as forecast and picking up a little bit of energy as it passes the city and gains strength over the milder water.
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I must sound like broken record! Cold! Cold! Cold! All around the Tri-State, temps are 5-8 degrees colder than normal.
Finally, the snow has ended as of early morning hours. Orient, N.Y. was the “winner” with 30 inches. Southampton followed suit with 29 inches.
Expect another cold one today as the snow pack from the storm keeps things a few degrees colder than normal. The sunshine will be ample, but expect some blowing and drifting snow to be a problem out in eastern Long Island.
A fairly seasonal day is in store for us. Temps will top off in the upper 30s today under a partly to mostly sunny sky.
We should top off in the lower 40s today, with a few flurries making their way down to the surface with no accumulation expected.
The light snow showers hit just in time for the Friday morning rush. The greatest snow totals are expected mainly from the city on northward into the Hudson Valley and Connecticut.
You don’t need a weatherman to know it’s cold out. Brutally cold wind chills started the day.
It’s a brutally cold afternoon out there. If you need to be outdoors please bundle up. Frostbite can insue in as little as 15 minutes.
Must be very cold no matter where you’re waking up today. From the low 30s on the coast, to the teens up north, almost all are starting off below the freezing mark.
Most Tri-State Area residents will see under an inch of snow, but some may see up to 2 inches. Still, the New York City Department of Sanitation issued a snow alert for Tuesday.