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7:00 AM | *Not nearly as harsh today as winds die down*


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7:00 AM | *Not nearly as harsh today as winds die down*

Paul Dorian

6-Day NYC Forecast


Mainly sunny, cold, but not nearly as harsh as Monday with much calmer winds, highs in the upper 20’s


Becoming mainly cloudy, cold, lows not far from 20 degrees


Mainly cloudy, becoming milder, chance for late PM rain with an outside shot at some ice pellets at the onset, low-to-mid 40’s for afternoon highs

Wednesday Night

Mainly cloudy, chilly, periods of rain, near 40 degrees for late night lows


Mainly cloudy, chilly, chance of more rain, there is a chance for a changeover from rain-to-snow before the precipitation ends as it turns colder late, mid-to-upper 40’s early in the day, temperatures drop later in the afternoon


Mainly sunny, colder, mid 30’s


Mainly sunny, even colder, upper 20’s


Increasing clouds, cold, chance of snow showers, mid 30’s


Strong high pressure will drift over the Mid-Atlantic region today and this will result in a much calmer day compared to Monday as the overall pressure gradient relaxes in the area. While still colder-than-normal, the cold weather today will be much easier to take as wind chills will no longer be a factor. Low pressure will push towards the Great Lakes on Wednesday and with this track to our west, milder air should push northward along the eastern seaboard. As a result, rain is likely to arrive here late tomorrow, but a few ice pellets cannot be ruled out at the onset. The rain continues into Thursday and then colder air arrives at the end of the storm. In fact, there is a chance for a changeover late Thursday from rain-to-snow as the colder air mass arrives.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Perspecta, Inc.