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Snow Squall Warning NYC Hudson Valley New Jersey Long Island SW CT
Fairfield County CT-Bronx County NY-Kings County NY-Nassau County
NY-New York County NY-Putnam County NY-Queens County NY-Richmond
County NY-Westchester County NY-
The National Weather Service in Upton NY has issued a
* Snow Squall Warning for…
Fairfield County in southern Connecticut…
Westchester County in southeastern New York…
Putnam County in southeastern New York…
Queens County in southeastern New York…
Richmond County in southeastern New York…
Bronx County in southeastern New York…
Kings County in southeastern New York…
New York (Manhattan) County in southeastern New York…
Nassau County in southeastern New York…
* Until 400 PM EST.
* At 255 PM EST, a dangerous snow squall was located along a line
extending from near Kerhonkson to near Florence-Roebling, moving
east at 35 mph.
HAZARD…Whiteout conditions. Zero visibility in snow and blowing
snow. Wind gusts to 50 mph.
SOURCE…Radar aand webcams.
IMPACT…Dangerous life-threatening travel.
Locations impacted include…
Jamaica, Yonkers, Stamford, Flatbush, Norwalk, Danbury, New Rochelle,
Flushing, White Plains, Mott Haven, East Tremont, Freeport, Valley
Stream, Long Beach and Port Chester.
Consider avoiding or delaying travel until the snow squall passes
your location. If you must travel, use extra caution and allow extra
time. Rapid changes in visibility and slick road conditions may lead
Reduce your speed and turn on headlights! During snow squalls, the
visibility may suddenly drop to near zero in whiteout conditions.
Wet roadways will quickly freeze. Black ice will cause roads, bridges
and overpasses to become slick and dangerous. Slow down and be
prepared for sudden loss of traction.
LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITY
MANY THANKS TO TROPICAL TIDBITS FOR THE USE OF MAPS
Please note that with regards to any tropical storms or hurricanes, should a storm be threatening, please consult your local National Weather Service office or your local government officials about what action you should be taking to protect life and property.