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6:00 AM | *****Snowstorm with the possibility of intense snow bands and thunder snow*****


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6:00 AM | *****Snowstorm with the possibility of intense snow bands and thunder snow*****

Paul Dorian

6-Day NYC Forecast


Periods of snow, heavy at times, sleet and/or rain can mix in at times this morning near the city, “thunder snow” is also a possibility, breezy, cold, accumulations on the order of 8-14 inches in the northern and western suburbs with locally higher amounts, 4-8 inches in the city with locally higher amounts, highs in the mid 30’s


Snow ending before midnight, remaining mostly cloudy after midnight, breezy, cold, lows in the upper 20’s


Partly sunny, breezy, cold, maybe a snow shower, lower 40’s for afternoon highs

Thursday Night

Mainly cloudy, cold, upper 20’s for overnight lows


Partly sunny, cold, lower 40’s


Mainly sunny, cold, lower 40’s


Partly sunny, cold, low-to-mid 40’s


Mainly cloudy, cold, chance for rain or snow, low-to-mid 40’s


Low pressure will develop intensify today as it rides up along the east coast to a position near the central New Jersey coastline by later in the day. Enough warm air will come in from off the ocean to keep the precipitation as a mixture for awhile in the NYC metro region, but the dominant precipitation type in the northern and western suburbs will be snow. In fact, small-scale heavy snow bands may form across eastern PA, New Jersey and southeastern NY later today as intense “frontogenesis” takes place in the atmosphere. These snow bands can result in a couple inches of snow per hour and “thunder snow” is also a possibility. Given the nature of the snow (i.e., heavy and wet) and the fact that there was rain at the onset, power outages will be a concern today in the entire I-95 corridor. The snow winds down later this evening and then we’ll have colder-than-normal weather for the latter part of the week. Another strong storm will have to be watrched for Sunday/Monday

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Vencore, Inc.