A winter weather advisory is in effect of most of the Tri-State Area. For parts of northern New Jersey there’s a winter storm watch.
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CBS2’s John Elliott said we’re in for an “extended period of precipitation” Tuesday that will make for slow travel.
New York City is expecting 2-4 inches of snow, with less to the south and up to half a foot to the north and west.
“The problem is it starts as snow, then we see some warm air overrun that. So then you have drops, but the drops will ice as they hit the snow, so you go from snow to sleet to freezing rain,” said Elliott. “So it’s the changing nature of the storm that will cause the problems tomorrow.”
Elliott called it a “messy mix.”
For Wednesday, we’re expecting blustery conditions, sunny skies, and highs in the low 40s.
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