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6:00 AM | *Slow-moving and powerful ocean storm to bring rain, potential damaging wind gusts and heavy, wet accumulating snow*


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6:00 AM | *Slow-moving and powerful ocean storm to bring rain, potential damaging wind gusts and heavy, wet accumulating snow*

Paul Dorian

6-Day NYC Forecast


Cloudy, mild, periods of rain; primarily, during the late afternoon hours, highs in the mid-to-upper 50’s


Cloudy, becoming breezy and turning colder with periods of rain, somke heavy at times, lows in the mid-to-upper 30's


Cloudy, becoming extremely windy, cold, more rain early and it should change to heavy, wet snow with a few inches of accumulations possible later in the day, blizzard-like conditions are even possible, near 40 degrees early for highs

Friday Night

Extremely windy and cold with snow or snow showers, possibly mixed with rain at times, low-to-mid 30’s for late night lows


Mainly cloudy, very windy, cold, still the chance for snow or rain showers early, low-to-mid 40’s


Mainly sunny, chilly, mid 40’s


Mainly sunny, chilly, mid-to-upper 40’s


Partly sunny, chilly, chance of showers, upper 40’s


Very strong high-latitude blocking is now forming in the upper part of the atmosphere over Greenland and northern Canada and this feature will become a key factor in the unfolding weather scenario for the Mid-Atlantic region. A major ocean storm will form by later tomorrow and it will be a slow-mover as a result of the blocking pattern to the north; consequently, it’ll impact the region for an extended period of time. This powerful storm will initially generate rainfall for us, but then as rapid intensification unfolds and colder air gets drawn in, the potential exists for damaging winds and wind-whipped accumulating snow on Friday and Friday night. Power outages are a real concern given the expected extreme wind gusts (60 mph) and potential heavy, wet snow that may fall in some areas.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Vencore, Inc.