More Snow Coats Tri-State in Icy Cold

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Janice Huff's late evening forecast for Tuesday, January 28.

    With snow still on the ground from last week's monster winter storm, areas across the tri-state got another coating of powder overnight.

    New York City and areas to the north got a light dusting of fluffy snow overnight, with areas on the Jersey Shore and on the eastern end of Long Island getting between 1 and 4 inches.

    The snow quickly accumulated on already cold roadways, making for a slippery morning commute. 

    Track the storm with our interactive radar here

    The snow is expected to stop falling later Wednesday morning, but arctic cold and icy wind chills will continue to freeze the region.

    Highs are expected to be in the low 20s with wind chills plunging into the teens and single digits.

    By the weekend, temperatures should rebound into the upper 30s. Highs should be in the low 40s by Super Bowl Sunday. Here is your game forecast.

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