The moderate snow will gradually taper off as low pressure moves offshore of Long Island this morning. Most areas have received 1 to 3 inches of snow as this system passed through the region during the morning rush. We will see intermittent snow showers continue this afternoon with little additional accumulation. Temperatures will slowly rise to the mid-30s by late afternoon as winds shift to the southeast.
Tomorrow we begin to see a temporary break in the pattern of cold temperatures as high pressure will bring milder temperatures the next few days. Skies will be partly sunny with a chance of isolated RAIN showers and temperatures in the mid-40s.
The mild conditions will continue into Thursday and Friday as high pressure will usher in even warmer air which will bring temperatures close to the 50 degree mark. Friday will also feature a chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms as a cold front will gradually works its way westward into the region.
The above normal temperatures will be short lived however, as another round of Canadian air will work its way into the region for the beginning of next week. Temperatures will once again be below normal.