Raphael Miranda's forecast for Tuesday, January 28.
After a short respite from the numbing cold, the tri-state is getting another blast of bitter, arctic air that will freeze the region over the next two days and bring snow Tuesday night.
New York City could see an inch of snow, while the Jersey Shore could get as much as 3 inches, and Suffolk County on Long Island could see 5. The flakes will begin falling around 10 p.m. and finish by 4 a.m., except on Long Island, where it could be snowing until around 8 a.m. Wednesday.
Temperatures, meanwhile, are hovering in the teens after climbing above seasonable averages Monday.
The arctic temperatures will be paired with icy wind chills in the single digits throughout the day. North and west of the city, wind chills could be 20 degrees below zero.
Forecasters say it will be slightly warmer Wednesday with temperatures in the mid-20s.
By the weekend, temperatures should rebound into the upper 30s. Highs should be in the low 40s by Super Bowl Sunday.
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