Storm systems could bring a little or A LOT of snow, ice to area

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PIX11 WEATHER CENTER — Frigid air will remain be in place over the tri-state area Friday as arctic high pressure will dominate the weather today.  High temperatures will not get out of the teens this afternoon in NYC while portions of New Jersey will only make it into the low 20s.

Clouds will begin to filter in on Saturday as high pressure gradually moves offshore.  High temperatures will be a bit milder reaching the low to mid 30s.

All eyes will then be on Sunday into Monday as a stationery front will set up near our area. Several storm systems will move along this boundary bringing accumulating snow which will mix with sleet and freezing rain at times.


Accumulations will vary based on the track and speed of each of these systems. These storms will move through during both the Monday morning and Monday evening rush hours.

The storms will clear out by Tuesday afternoon as unseasonably cold temperatures remain.


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