Winter Weather Advisory, NYC, Long Island & Most of New Jersey, Winter Storm Warning SW NJ SE Pennsylvania

Winter Weather Advisory, NYC, Long Island & Most of New Jersey,

Winter Storm Warning SW NJ SE Pennsylvania

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Winter Weather Advisory, NYC, Long Island & Most of New Jersey,

Winter Storm Warning SW NJ SE Pennsylvania

Winter Weather Advisories are now up for New York City, much of New Jersey and Long Island. Winter Storm Warnings for the southwest New Jersey counties, much of Southeast and South Central Pennsylvania south to Maryland, Northern Delware and Northern Virginia. Snow will develop tonight and last into Saturday morning before ending from west to east.

National Weather Service snow amounts have been raised a bit to 2 to 3 inches across Northern New Jesey, the Lower Hudson Valley and Long Island with 4 inches or so south of Route 78. Warning areas could see 4 to some isolated amounts to 5 or 6 inches before this is all said and done Saturday morning. Clouds are increasing across the area this evening and snow develops between 10pm and 1am from west to east.

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WEATHER RADAR

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Low pressure moving across the Tennesse Valley will make its way across Southern Virginia tonight and then emerge near the south Delaware coast. The low is then forecast to move to the east Saturday morning, ending the steady snow between 5am and 8am. However an upper trough will likely produce scattered snow showers into the afternoon Saturday. Temperatures tonight will fall below freezing once snow begins and then settle in the upper 20s in most places. This snow will be more powdery in nature. Saturday will be breezy with leftover clouds and temperatures hovering in the low to mid 30s. Then Saturday night colder air comes in and Sunday morning lows will be in the teens inland and low to mid 20s coast and warmer urban areas. Sunday will be sunny but cold with highs in the 30s. Monday President’s Day will see sunshine and temperatures moderating back into the 40s.

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Please note that with regards to any severe weather,  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.

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