Winter storm warning across tri-state brings snowy morning commute

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(PIX WEATHER CENTER) — The Super Bowl saw temperatures in the 50’s but it doesn’t mean that winter is over just yet.

A winter storm warning has been issued for Monday for New York City, Long Island and most of New Jersey.

As you move north into Connecticut and the Hudson Valley, there is only a winter weather advisory because not as much snow will fall.

Expect to wake up to snow or a cold rain changing to snow.


As the cold continues to take over, a messy commute is likely.

The snow may come down hard at times and really pile up in some areas in central New Jersey towards the city and Long Island.

New York City and Long Island could see between 2 to 5 inches of snow.

Snowfall amounts increase moving south into New Jersey where some areas could see between 5 and 9 inches.

We’ll have a break during the day on Tuesday but the evening and Wednesday will face another storm.

That looks like snow and ice changing to rain based on the current projected path.

Another storm or two may move from the pacific and southwest states up into our area by the next weekend.

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