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7:00 AM | **Arctic cold made worse today by strong winds, possible snow showers...some snow possible here later Friday**


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7:00 AM | **Arctic cold made worse today by strong winds, possible snow showers...some snow possible here later Friday**

Paul Dorian

6-Day NYC Forecast


Mainly sunny skies early today will give way to clouds, windy and very cold for this time of year, snow showers are possible this afternoon and perhaps even an isolated snow squall, highs in the upper 20’s with even lower wind chills


Partly cloudy, brisk, bitter cold, chance of flurries, lows in the mid-to-upper teens


Partly sunny, quite breezy, still quite cold, chance of snow showers, low-to-mid 30’s for afternoon highs with even lower wind chills

Thursday Night

Partly cloudy, very cold, lower 20’s for overnight lows


Becoming mainly cloudy, cold, chance for some snow later in the day, mid 30’s


Mainly sunny, not as cold, mid 40’s


Mainly cloudy, breezy, becoming milder, good chance for rain, near 50 degrees


Partly sunny, breezy, chilly, near 50 degrees


The coldest core of this most recent Arctic air outbreak has moved into the Mid-Atlantic region and Northeast US following the overnight passage of a frontal system. As a result, temperatures today will be confined to the 20’s for highs – well below normal for early March – and strong winds will generate even lower wind chill values. In addition, instability in the atmosphere could result in some snow shower activity; primarily, during the mid-day and afternoon hours and there may even be an isolated snow squall. The next low pressure system of note to monitor will trek across the nation over the next couple of days and it can produce some snow here later Friday. The upper-level energy supporting this system will get somewhat “stretched out” over the next couple of days, but the chance for small snow accumulations is on the table for Friday in the DC-to-Philly-to-NYC corridor. A more important system will head towards the Great Lakes this weekend and likely push rain into the region by early Sunday and there is a chance for some frozen precipitation at the onset in some nearby higher elevation locations such as interior northern NJ and southeastern NY.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Perspecta, Inc.