Earlier this week it was forecasted that this weekend would bring NYC a winter storm along with a mess of “snow, sleet, and rain.”
Now, according to the National Weather Service, there’s an 80% chance that the city will see snow on Thursday night “mainly after 10 p.m.” Temperatures will remain around 32-degrees, and we’ll likely get a taste of what the weekend holds with one to two inches of fresh snow expected overnight.
However, temperatures will warm back up into Friday and a mix of rain and snow will likely fall before 10 a.m., with a high near 42-degrees (which means after 10 a.m. you can expect mostly rain).
As for the weekend, snow may fall after 3 p.m. on Saturday, but is expected to fall before midnight with a chance of precipitation at 90% for the night and over a foot of snow.
This will be the first time this season that snow accumulates on the ground since the winter storm that hit the city in November…oh, and if we want to look ahead even further, snow is in the forecast next Wednesday as well! Finally. Winter is actually happening this year.
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