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7:00 AM | Intensifying coastal storm generates snow showers in the area; another coastal storm threat for early next week

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Cloudy and cold with scattered snow showers through much of the day, highs only reaching the upper 30’s (normal high at Central Park is now 51 degrees)


Mostly cloudy, cold, maybe a snow shower early, lows in the upper 20’s


Becoming partly sunny, still breezy and cold, low 40’s

Friday Night

Mostly clear, cold, low 30’s


Mostly sunny, cold, low-to-mid 40’s


Increasing clouds, cold, chance for rain or snow at night, mid 40’s


Cloudy, cold, chance for rain or snow, low 40’s


Mostly cloudy, cold, low-to-mid 40’s


Low pressure off the Mid-Atlantic coast this morning will only slowly pull away today and scattered snow showers will linger for much of the day; especially, across coastal New Jersey and Long Island. Most areas around here will receive a coating or so of snow accumulation on grassy and untreated road surfaces, but an inch or two is possible in locations where the snow showers linger into the late afternoon or early evening (e.g. coastal New Jersey, Long Island). The air mass left behind this coastal system is very chilly for this time of the year and high temperatures later today will only reach the upper 30's - some 10-15 degrees below normal for March 21st. Colder-than-normal weather will continue right into the weekend; however, there will be some modification in temperatures for Saturday and Sunday. At the same time, a significant storm will be crossing the country causing heavy snow in the southern Rockies and then the central Plains. This storm will head towards the Ohio Valley by Sunday and from there it’ll begin to transfer its energy to a developing Mid-Atlantic coastal storm which could generate some rain and/or snow around here in the Sunday night/Monday time frame and snow accumulations are possible.