Sunday’s ‘storm’ moving out to sea, to bring just light snow to area

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PIX11 WEATHER CENTER — We will be in a period of fairly quiet weather for the next few days as high pressure gradually slide eastward from the Midwest. Thursday, skies will be partly cloudy with periods of sunshine during the afternoon. Temperatures are expected to stay below the freezing mark as a brisk northwest wind will make it feel like the low to mid 20s.

Skies will be mostly clear Thursday night with overnight lows in the teens for the city and a few single digits well north and west.


Friday will be mostly sunny and continued cool with high temperatures near the freezing mark during the afternoon. Skies will be mostly sunny early on Saturday with temperatures becoming slightly milder. Snow showers will develop later in the day with minor accumulations possible.


 The storm for Sunday does not look to have a major impact on the tri-state area. A weak area of low pressure will move into the region from the great lakes. Originally this system looked to interact with another area of low pressure located off the Carolinas. This will not be the case, as the two systems will move in separate directions over the weekend.  We will see snow showers throughout the day with some minor accumulations.  Temperatures will be in the mid-30s which is fairly close to seasonable.