Expect cloudy skies this afternoon with snow developing from west to east. Snow will continue through the pm rush, briefly changeover to a mix this evening, then ultimately change over to rain by later this evening.
Yes, it’s back to the cold air this morning. Many of are waking up in the teens and low 20s.
Today was a nice departure from the snowy finish we had to our weekend. Up to 7 inches fell on the east end of Long Island and portions of Connecticut.
Expect more sunshine this afternoon, breezy conditions, and highs approaching 40°.
All the snow and ice we got with yesterday’s storm is going to make for slick travel on the roadways, especially those secondary roads!
We’re now seeing that wintry mix of snow, sleet, and ice making a push north.
The third coldest February on record for Central Park is behind us. That means we’re done with the winter weather, right? Well, not exactly …
Expect a high of 33 today but…with snow, sleet, and ice back in the forecast. Weekend storms seem to be the rule this winter!
As we close out the final hours of February, I’m sure we’ll be glad to say good riddance.
Our next winter storm arrives tomorrow. Sunday starts off dry, but snow will arrive during the afternoon hours.
You’ll certainly want to bundle up if you’re headed out early this morning! Temps across the region are in the teens and single digits, with even some subzero readings far north and west.
We’re in for another cold night to kick off the weekend. Temps will drop into the single digits for most, with even some subzero lows far north and west in places like Monticello.
Expect a mix of sun and clouds the remainder of the afternoon with highs approaching 30°.
Expect the day to start off well below normal for the 30th of the last 32 days. Expect temps to start off ranging from single digits up north, to the mid 20s on the Jersey Shore.
We’re back in the 20s today and dropping into the teens tonight. A few flurries will plague your day but no accumulation expected.