MORE snow to deal with, but warmer weather on horizon

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PIX11 WEATHER CENTER — We will have plenty of sunshine for our President’s Day as high pressure will be in control of our weather Monday.

Temperatures will still be below normal with highs near 30 degrees for the city and upper 20s north and west. Clouds will increase later in the evening as a storm system will once again approach from the Midwest, bringing a chance of more snow. Snow will begin overnight Tuesday and continue throughout the afternoon before tapering off by the evening rush.


We can expect one to three inches of snow for NYC and the Jersey Shore, and two to four inches for the northern and western suburbs.

After this storm we will see partly sunny skies for the middle of the week as temperatures will become milder. We will finally see a break from the frigid air that has been in place for the past several weeks.  High temperatures will rise in to the 40s by Wednesday and to near 50 degrees by the end of the week.


Incidentally we are now the 8th snowiest season on record in Central Park, with 55.6 inches of snow so far.  Tuesday’s snowfall could move us up a few spots.