Another snowstorm targets New York area, then a brief thaw

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(PIX WEATHER CENTER) — A storm from the Ohio Valley will slide west to east of the area that will give another round of snow to area affecting the morning commute.

Winter Storm Advisories have been issued for the entire region with the exception of eastern Suffolk as this storm will make traveling on the roads quite treacherous.


Snow will arrive in the city by 5 a.m.  and could come down moderate to hard during the morning commute.

When all is said and done, snow amounts will generally be around two to four inches for the city and the coastline.

Northern New Jersey and upstate New York will get three to five inches of snow.

By the middle of the day, the snow could change over to rain especially across Long Island before the storm departs in the afternoon.

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The snow will be quite wet and heavy during this storm.

The National Weather Service has noted that with this additional snow on top of 15 inches of snow that is on the ground, flat roofs could be susceptible to collapse.

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