Updated Forecast

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While the remainder of the evening will stay dry, clouds will roll in tonight as low pressure approaches from the Great Lakes. Snow showers will likely break out after midnight North of the city, but even in and around the city we could see a few flakes early Tuesday morning. The wintry mix should quickly transition to plain rain near the coast, making for a mainly wet commute for many. Slippery roads will be possible well North & West where the frozen precipitation lingers.

Temperatures on Tuesday will rise into the 40s, therefore any wintry precipitation is expected to change to all rain inland before ending during the afternoon.

Much colder air will move in Tuesday night behind a series of cold fronts. The coldest air of the season thus far will arrive by Wednesday morning. Strong winds will only add to the bitter cold with wind chills in the teens and single digits on Wednesday!

TONIGHT: Chilly with mostly cloudy skies. Slight chance of a snow showers well after midnight, mainly to the north and west. Colder in the suburbs. LOW: 37

TOMORROW: AM wintry mix quickly changes to rain along the coast. Showers end during the afternoon. Milder and turning breezy. HIGH: 47


Meteorologist, WNBC

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