7:00 AM | ***Precipitation likely arrive late afternoon…rain/snow combo to change to all snow later tonight…watch for possible snow burst early Saturday*** — Arcfield Weather2 min read
6-Day forecast for the New York City metro region
Mainly cloudy, cold, rain or a combination of rain and snow likely develops during the late afternoon hours, highs in the mid 40’s; E-SE winds around 5-10 mph
Mainly cloudy, breezy, cold, rain or a mix of rain and snow changes to all snow, lows in the low-to-mid 30’s
Mainly cloudy, windy, cold, snow or a mix of rain and snow in the morning, watch for a burst of heavier snow; especially, across central/northern New Jersey, lower 40’s for afternoon highs
Clearing, breezy, quite cold, upper 20’s for late night lows
Increasing clouds, cold, low-to-mid 40’s; chance for rain or a mix of rain and snow at night
Mainly cloudy, cold, chance of rain or a mix of rain and snow, low-to-mid 40’s; snow or snow showers possible at night
Mainly cloudy, windy, quite cold, chance of snow or snow showers, near 40 degrees
Partly sunny, breezy, quite cold, near 40 degrees
The overall weather pattern will remain quite active across the nation during the next couple of weeks with most sections experiencing colder-than-normal conditions. In the Mid-Atlantic/Northeast US, there may be as many as three storms during the next week or so presenting chances of rain and snow. Precipitation is likely to arrive here with the first system by late afternoon in the form of rain or perhaps a mix of rain and snow. As low pressure intensifies off the Mid-Atlantic coastline later tonight, an influx of colder air will likely change the precipitation to all snow. There can even be a burst of heavier snow early Saturday with an inverted trough extending from the ocean low back to the Mid-Atlantic coastline at the same time there is rapid intensification. Accumulations of a coating to an inch or two are on the table by mid-morning Saturday. Another system threatens with rain and/or snow from late Sunday into Tuesday. This system could turn into a monster storm for the Northeast US early next week and it wouldn’t take much to have a significant impact on the northern Mid-Atlantic…stay tuned and so much for an early spring.
One final note, clocks turn ahead an hour this weekend.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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