Freezing Rain Issues Should Be Minimal
Winter Weather Advisory is posted tonight for inland areas of our region. They include the Lower Hudson Valley north of Route 84, west to Orange County, Western Passaic and Sussex Counties in Northwest New Jersey, Southeastern Connecticut north of the Merritt Parkway and Northeastern most Pennsylvania. However based on latest radars, it appears the icing problem from freezing rain should be minimal
There is cold air that is draining southwestward from Northern New England however there isn’t much in the way of rain on the radar. The bulk of the precipitation is well to our west and north.
Temperatures should slowly rise above freezing later Saturday morning and there will not be any problems during the day Saturday. Heavy rain is forecast for later Saturday night and Sunday. Check the National Weather Service snow and ice forecast maps below for your specific area.
These are the areas where temps are forecast to bottom below 32 degree tonight.
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