It’s the calm before the storm for parts of the Tri-State, once again. A low pressure system developing in the Gulf will travel along the Atlantic coast and arrive over our area by early Saturday morning.
There was a storm of protest – bordering on mutiny – from frustrated commuters Wednesday, furious that the LIRR charged them peak rates after cutting the number of trains in half due to weather.
The New York City Office of Emergency Management has issued a Hazardous Travel Advisory in advance of the two-part storm that will begin to hit the tri-state area in the pre-dawn hours on Tuesday.
Two storm systems will combine and head our way early Tuesday bringing snow, sleet and freezing rain that threaten to leave the roads icy for Wednesday morning’s commute.
The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory until 9 a.m. Wednesday for interior sections of northeast New Jersey, the lower Hudson Valley and southern Connecticut.