Wet Wintry Mix Hits the Tri-State Area

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Janice Huff's evening forecast for Monday, March 25.

    A wet mix of snow and rain fell in parts of the tri-state area Monday after a mostly pleasant first weekend of spring. 

    The storm was expected to bring a glancing blow of a rain and snow, but warm air entered the weather system causing mostly rain to fall in many parts of the tri-state.  

    High temperatures on Monday exceeded 40 degrees in many areas. Most of the snow, especially in New York City, melted on contact. About 1 to 3 inches fell across Ocean and Monmouth counties in New Jersey and across southern Nassau and Suffolk counties on Long Island. The accumulations ended by midnight. 

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    The rest of the week looks to be quiet and chilly. Some milder temperatures are expected by next weekend.

    Here are your forecasts through Sunday.

    MONDAY NIGHT: Evening snow, especially across coastal New Jersey and Long Island. Otherwise clearing, breezy and cold.
    LOW: 33, 20s north and west

    TUESDAY: Partly cloudy, breezy and cool.
    HIGH: 49

    WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy, breezy and cold.
    HIGH: 46

    THURSDAY: Partly cloudy, breezy and cool.
    HIGH: 47

    FRIDAY: Mostly sunny.
    HIGH: 50

    SATURDAY: Mostly sunny.
    HIGH: 51

    EASTER SUNDAY: Mostly sunny.
    HIGH: 53

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