Think we’ve had enough winter to last the rest of the season? New York City Weather historian Stephen Fybish says we are in for a lot more snow.
After a Christmas weekend blizzard dumped 20 inches of snow on New York City, Mayor Michael Bloomberg was criticized for the slow cleanup. This time his Department of Sanitation says it has salt spreaders ready.
Winter Storm Watches and Winter Weather Advisories were in effect for much of the Tri-State Area as wet, wintry weather heads our way.
It’s cold enough to make a diesel engine shut down.
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.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning, with heavy snow for the New York City area. Long Island could get 15 inches. The warning will be in effect from 7 p.m. Tuesday to 6 p.m. Wednesday.
Another major snow storm is taking aim on the Tri-State area and CBS 2 is on the ground getting the latest information.
It won’t be as bad as the Blizzard of 2010 but the Tri-State area is once again bracing for some significant snowfall.
Winter Storm Watches and Winter Weather Advisories are in effect for parts of the Tri-State Area in advance of Friday’s expected snow.
We could also see some flurries into Tuesday night, when temperatures will dip into the teens. However, AccuWeather Real Feel temperatures will be closer to zero.
A line of precipitation is stretching from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico, and we have a chance for some heavy rain, 50-mph winds and a possible thunderstorm on Wednesday.
Conditions will be messy, courtesy of a low pressure system that will track its way north and east.