If you live well north and west, you could see some flakes flying due to the cold air rushing in on the backside. A rumble is even possible very early this morning.
For those of you commuting this morning, expect some lowered visibility due to fog. Showers will also be around. On-and-off rain with some embedded thunder is the forecast today.
The rain has just stopped here in the city but it’s not the end of wet weather at all.
We’ve had some clouds filter in across NYC today but their breaking up as we speak.
It’s a chilly calm today before we ready the area for another snow event.
Expect some showers to plague the start of your day if you live north of NYC — nothing much beyond some wet roads and a little ponding.
A little bit of rain is forecast for tomorrow morning, and temps won’t fall too far tonight.
One word sums up the day we’ve had: soggy! Showers will wind down through the evening, but clouds will stick around.
It’s certainly a damp one out there as you’re waking up. Rain moved in overnight and will continue through today, heavy at times.
From a mudslide in Yonkers to flooding that forced the condemnation of houses in Shoreham, Long Island, the warming temperatures lately have caused lots of problems this week.
Clouds have started to fill in this afternoon, and now they are thickening up with moisture form the gulf. A low-pressure system loaded with rain is heading our way.
Yet again, radiation cooling has allowed for temps to peel off the thermometer especially outside of NYC. Some teens are forecasted in the Hudson Valley. Grab the coat for those temps!
Expect some filtered sun to be swallowed up by the clouds as the morning goes forth. Rain is slated to arrive in the afternoon, but not before we rise temps into the mid-40s.
Let’s look at tonight and tomorrow’s snow as hopefully a last gasp for the season!
If you were hoping for spring weather, you’re going to have to wait a bit longer.