Storm Team 4

First Flurries Fall But No Impact for Post-Thanksgiving Travelers

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The first flakes of the season have arrived.

Snow descended on the region overnight and continued throwing flurries around Sunday morning as the weekend's freezing temperatures hung on.

Few areas in the tri-state saw much, if any, accumulation, but parts of New Jersey, including Mansfield Township and Lebanon, saw around quarter of an inch.

Storm Team 4 says the snow will stick around for the rest of the day, coming in and out but staying light and having next to no impact on any travelers returning home from the Thanksgiving holiday.

Fresh on the heels of the Thanksgiving holiday, snow looks to make its debut in many parts of the tri-state this weekend.

Temperatures Sunday will remain chilly but milder winds should feel like an improvement over Saturday's blustery conditions. By and large, conditions stay calm for the rest of the day with sprinkles of snow and rain mixed in.

Once the skies clear by the end of the day, the tri-state will see another temperature drop and return of significant wind chills. Storm Team 4 says Monday morning temps will feel like the 20s or low 30s to start the week.

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