May 13, 2021

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7:00 AM | **Quick burst of snow from mid-to-late morning to early afternoon can cause some small accumulations** — Perspecta Weather

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6-Day forecast for the New York City metro region


Mostly cloudy, cold, snow likely to develop during the late morning hours possibly mixed with sleet, precipitation should to change to rain by mid-afternoon, accumulation of a coating to an inch or two possible before any changeover to rain, highs in the mid-to-upper 30’s; S winds at 5-10 mph


Mainly cloudy, cold, chance of rain early, lows near 30 degrees


Partly sunny, chilly, chance of a couple of snow showers, lower 40’s for afternoon highs

Tuesday Night

Mainly clear, cold, lower 30’s for late night lows


Partly sunny, a bit milder, mid-to-upper 40’s


Mainly sunny, chilly, low-to-mid 40’s


Mainly sunny, cold, mid-to-upper 30’s


Partly sunny, cold, near 40 degrees


A bit of a tricky situation today as we begin the new work week as there is likely to be quick burst of snow possibly mixed with sleet that can result in some small accumulations before milder air pushes in to change the precipitation to plain rain. A frontal system will slide through the region today with high pressure situated off the east coast and it’ll likely be just cold enough at the start for snow to fall and perhaps even accumulate a small amount. A southerly flow on the back side of the high will boost afternoon temperatures to above freezing causing any snow that falls to change to plain rain across the region. A clipper system to the northwest on Tuesday could produce a snow shower around here and the rest of the week looks rather quiet.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Perspecta, Inc.

Paul Dorian

2021-02-22 12:00:00

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