Snow 3 to 6 Inches Gradually Ends Cold Rain Tuesday Showers Warmer Wednesday
Snow 3 to 6 Inches Gradually Ends Cold Rain Tuesday
Showers Warmer Wednesday
Snow is falling this morning across the area as advertised and the weather system responsible for all this is moving right along so look for snow for taper off and end this morning from west to east. Accumulations of 3 to 6 inches will cover most of the area from Eastern Pennsylvania to Southern New England including Long Island which is likely to be in a bit of jackpot zone. Then it is on the leftover clouds and cold conditions this afternoon. The Yankee home opener will probably be at risk today. Snow is sticking on to all surfaces though at a rate of about 2x as much on the colder surfaces than the paved ones.
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Darke green heavy snow bands are covering parts of the area on the radar. The back edge is moving out of Eastern Pennsylvania and heading east fairly rapidly. Most of this should melt pretty quick this afternoon with leftover clouds and some breaks of sunshine developing.
The next storm system will head our way on Tuesday with an onshore flow and a cold rain. Temperatures will be in the chilly 40s. It could start briefly as a wintry mix inland. Then it is another warm front pushing northward Tuesday night setting us up for 60s with showers and a few thunderstorms on Wednesday. Sunshine and cold weather return for Thursday and Friday.
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