Storm’s second round brings snow that could threaten the commute

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NEW YORK (PIX11) – An impressive Nor’easter dumped quite of bit of snow for the tri-state region. Snow rates of as much as 2-3” per hour were recorded during the morning rush creating hazardous travel conditions. Central Park has received 9.5” of snow, but many other locales received well over foot of snow.


The snow has tapered off in the city but will continue in places north. For the rest of the afternoon through early evening, the city will get periodic drizzle or sleet before another round of snow between 11pm-4am. This round will be capable of producing another 1-3” of snow before all is said and done.


Areas north of the city will continue to get periods of light snow before the more intense band of snow comes through towards midnight.

By tomorrow morning, the city and the North shore of Long Island will get anywhere from 8-12” of snow. The south shore of Long Island and areas south of the city will generally get 5-8”. Areas north and west will get 12-18” of snow.

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