More snow on the way, but temps will warm for the first day of winter

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A cold Canadian air mass will works its way into the tri-state area later this morning into early afternoon. Temperatures will once again be below normal with highs remaining in the 20s in most spots this afternoon.  A quick moving storm system referred to as an “Alberta Clipper” will move through our region late tonight into Tuesday morning.

Since the amount of moisture associated with this storm will be limited, accumulations will be minor. Expect one to three inches for NYC, Long Island, and Central New Jersey. Over the Northern and Western suburbs, Connecticut, and the Lower Hudson Valley, totals are expected to range from two to four inches.


After this storm clears the area, milder temperatures will gradually work their way into the region.  Highs will rise into the 40s by Thursday and into the low 50s by Friday.  This will be the first time our daytime highs will be above normal since December 6th of this year.

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