By Giorgio Panetta, CBS 2 Chief Meteorologist/Weather Producer

Good morning all,

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Today is a not a good day to be outside. Raw, cold rain will pummel the Tri-State.

Coastal communities will need to be on alert all day. A classic nor’easter will bear down us tomorrow and Wednesday, sweeping onshore and probably causing some beach erosion.

Around 7 to 8 a.m., steadier rain will come onshore and increase in intensity until 3 or 4 p.m. Winds will be gusting near 60 mph at the peak, but all the way out east (Montauk).

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Winds will still be gusting to 40+ for all, but it’s especially fun out there.

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Snow… well, this really isn’t a big snowstorm for our immediate area. One must travel up to the tips of Sullivan, or Ulster County in New York to see some significant snow.

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Check in all day today for the latest alerts and updates. We’re very busy here in the CBS2 Weather Center.

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Signing Off.


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