For those denying winter’s arrival no matter how cold New York temperatures have dropped, the snow set to fall in the late morning/early afternoon today says otherwise!
Though we got a little surprise of flurries yesterday morning in Queens and Long Island, more snow is predicted to fall today on the New York City area.
The snow is expected to start around 11:20 a.m. today, according to Accuweather. And though it will be a light flurry, resulting in little to no accumulation—yes, unfortunately meaning not enough for any fun snowmen or snow angels, we’ll have to wait a little longer for that—the snow is expected to last for at least a full hour.
The heaviest of the snowfall will occur between 11:40-12:40 p.m. so if you’re looking for some holiday cheer be sure to stare out your window around then!
The frigid temperatures won’t last too long as the weekend predicts warmer weather with temperatures reaching in the mid-50s.
The Storm Team 4 shared that it’s typical for the first measurable snowfall to occur right around this time of the year, confirming that “snow is still in the forecast today.”
Guess it’s finally time to say hello to winter as we await more snow in the future to turn our beautiful city into a sparkling winter wonderland!
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