Big storm heading toward New York — white or wet?

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It will be tranquil for the next 2 days as high pressure builds into the region. Skies will generally clear to partly cloudy with temperatures climbing to around for tomorrow. Winds will shift to the southwest on Saturday allowing the highs to reach the upper 40s.


An area of low pressure currently located in Texas will make its way to our region by Sunday. With the lack of a arctic high, this will primarily be a rain event for the city. There could be a little freezing rain at the onset for a few spots and north and west , however those areas will change over to rain quite quickly. Winds will also pick up from the east as well. Winds could gust to 35 mph Sunday night as the Low pressure intensifys just southeast of the city. The storm will wind down during the wee hours of Monday morning. Highs will be in the upper 40s.


Skies will clear out during the morning of Monday however a weak disturbance may spin off some flurries or light snow showers late in the day. Highs will be in the lower 40s during morning and drop throught he 30s during the afternoon.

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