What to Know
- A wintry mix expected to move through the tri-state overnight could make roads slippery on Monday morning, Storm Team 4 says
- The system will bring some snow to the tri-state, with New York City, Long Island and central New Jersey expected to see up to 1 inch
- The storm is expected to have minimal impacts because Monday is a holiday
A wintry mix moved through the tri-state overnight made roads slippery on Monday morning, Storm Team 4 says.
The system brought some snow to the tri-state, with New York City, Long Island and central New Jersey expected to see up to 1 inch.
As temperatures warm up after midnight, the snow changed to a wintry mix inland and to rain along the coast, making for slippery roads on Monday morning, Storm Team 4 says.
The suburbs north and west of the city saw anywhere from 1 to 3 inches of snow, while the Catskills and Poconos were expected to get between 3 and 5 inches of snow, according to Storm Team 4.
Monday could see a high of 41 degrees, with a lingering rain or snow shower.
Winter weather advisories were in effect for much of the region. See the latest advisories here.
New York City issued a travel advisory urging residents to take mass transit and be careful outside.
Newark issued a traffic advisory for snow, sleet and rain that could produce flooding.
Newburgh, which was expecting more than 2 inches of snow, declared a snow emergency.