A storm system will bring a sloppy mix of rain and snow to the tri-state on Tuesday, making for messy travel throughout the day, with the heaviest snow arriving in the middle of the day.
The precipitation is expected to break out around 5 a.m. and spread west. Snow and rain will be steadier by 7 a.m. to 8 a.m., making the trek to work difficult throughout the region.
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The heaviest snow is predicted between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., making for a rough afternoon and evening commute for most of the city.
One to two inches of slushy accumulation is expected in New York City, Long Island and northern New Jersey. Central and western New Jersey can expect two to four inches of accumulation. The slushy snow will be hard to clean in some parts of the area.
Snow should taper off after 8 p.m.
Most roadways will just stay wet because temps will remain in the middle to upper 30s and snow will be light.
The high is forecast to be 40 degrees.
On Wednesday, clouds will break for some sun and a high of 42 is expected.
Thursday is mostly sunny, brisk and breezy, with a high of 41.