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Rainy and Cool Week Ahead

Rain, fog expected Sunday morning, with some parts of the area seeing freezing rain.



    (Published Sunday, Jan. 22, 2012)

    The snow let up and Sunday brought a bitter cold, with wind chills near and even below zero in the north and west parts of the tri-state.

    A freezing rain advisory is in effect Sunday night for counties along and north of I-78 and east, including all of Long Island.

    Freezing drizzle develops after 7 p.m. and continues into the overnight. The advisory expires at 3 a.m. Monday for New York City, 6 a.m. for nearby suburbs and Long Island, 8 a.m. for areas far northwest (northern Westchester, Rockland, western Passaic and Orange counties), and 9 a.m. for Sussex, Warren, and Morris counties in N.J. 

    Slippery conditions are expected throughout the day Sunday and into the night as the cold temperatures re-freeze accumulation from Saturday's storm, which brought between 3 and 6 inches in the tri-state. 
    Shelton, Conn. had the highest total in our area, with 9.5 inches of snow. 

    The main threat would be from a very light glaze of ice on untreated surfaces, bridges and overpasses. 

    By Monday afternoon, the weather warms back up to the 40s and 50s throughout the tri-state, but the rain and fog stays. And for the Giants playing out West, the forecast in San Francisco is rain and in the 50s tonight.
    SUNDAY: Partly to mostly cloudy and very cold. High 35
    SUNDAY NIGHT: Drizzle and fog, some freezing rain and fog Hudson Valley and Northwest NJ . Low: 34 (20s N&W)
    MONDAY: Drizzle and light rain becomes steadier into the afternoon and evening, turning extremely mild with fog.  High: 53.  
    TUESDAY:  Partly cloudy, breezy and mild.  High: 47.  
    WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny and cool.  High: 42.