Snow developing later this morning changing to rain this afternoon and back to snow tonight! Bitterly cold Wednesday through Friday!


Good morning!

Skies are partly cloudy early on this Tuesday morning and temperatures range from around 20 in Clifton down to the low teens further inland, winds are mainly calm.

A low pressure system will be moving into the area today, skies will become cloudy and there is a chance of light snow late this morning changing to rain this afternoon, and then back to snow before ending tonight. Accumulations will be 1-2 inches in the Clifton area, but up to 6 inches across northwestern parts of New Jersey as well as the Poconos and the Hudson Valley.

Colder tonight into Wednesday and another front will cross the area in the afternoon with snow showers possible followed by frigid Arctic air.

Thursday will be the coldest day with lows in the single digits and highs only in the teens.

Friday will start off frigid but daytime highs will moderate somewhat.

Temperatures moderate further over the weekend along with dry conditions.

A weak disturbance may give us some light snow late Sunday night changing to rain on Monday.

Warmer than normal temperatures are expected much of next week.

THE FORECAST:

TODAY – JAN 29 – Becoming cloudy with light snow likely developing late this morning then changing to rain this afternoon, high near 40.

TONIGHT – Rain changing back to snow before ending, low around 20, total accumulations of 1-2 inches possible. Black ice possible late tonight.

WEDNESDAY – JAN 30 – Becoming mostly cloudy with a chance of afternoon snow showers, high around 30.

THURSDAY – JAN 31 – Sunny and bitterly cold, high only in the mid teens.

FRIDAY – FEB 1 – Mostly cloudy, high in the mid 20s.

SATURDAY – FEB 2 – Sunny, high in the low 30s.

SUNDAY – FEB 3 – Mostly cloudy, high in the mid 40s, chance of light snow at night.

MONDAY – FEB 4 – Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain, mild with highs near 50.

MARINE FORECAST: A small craft advisory is in effect for south-southwest winds becoming northwesterly tonight gusting to 30 knots, seas 4-7 feet.

OUTLOOK – A gale warning has been posted effective between 6 a.m Wednesday morning until 6 p.m Wednesday evening with freezing spray; small craft conditions with freezing spray on Thursday; no advisories expected Friday and Saturday.

Have a nice day!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.