Skies are mainly cloudy early on this Sunday morning and temperatures are on the mild side ranging from the mid 30s in Clifton down to the upper 20s further inland, winds are light southwesterly.
Low pressure will be moving up the coast and then out to sea south of Long Island tomorrow morning. Precipitation will start off as light rain mainly after 4 p.m. but change to snow by early this evening and continue heavy at times before ending by 4 a.m. tomorrow morning, snow accumulations of 4-8 inches are likely and a winter storm warning is in effect.
We should see clearing skies by Monday afternoon and it will be seasonably cold.
Much below normal temperatures Tuesday through Thursday and we should remain dry except for possibly some snow flurries on Wednesday.
Slightly milder by Friday and another low pressure will give us a chance of rain or snow Friday night into Saturday.
TODAY – MAR 3 – Cloudy with rain likely after 4 p.m., high in the low 40s.
TONIGHT – Snow, possibly heavy at times ending by 4 a.m. low in the upper 20s.
MONDAY – MAR 4 – Cloudy in the morning then partial clearing, high near 40.
TUESDAY – MAR 5 – Sunny and cold, high in the low 30s.
WEDNESDAY – MAR 6 – Mostly sunny and quite cold, high in the upper 20s.
THURSDAY – MAR 7 – Mostly sunny and cold, high in the low 30s.
FRIDAY – MAR 8 – Partly sunny, high in the mid 30s, chance of snow at night.
SATURDAY – MAR 9 – Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain or snow, high near 40.
MARINE FORECAST: TODAY – Northwest wind to 9 knots, seas 1-2 feet.
OUTLOOK – A small craft advisory has been posted effective from 1 a.m. Monday morning until 1 a.m Tuesday morning; no advisories expected during the day on Tuesday; with small craft conditions expected Tuesday night into Wednesday with gale gusts possible.
Have a nice day!