Low pressure will continue to move to the west of the tri-state area bringing a wintry mess for Wednesday evening’s commute.
A winter weather advisory is in effect through 1 a.m. Thursday for the tri-state area.
We can expect light snow to develop Wednesday afternoon becoming steady by the evening rush.
The snow will mix with sleet and freezing rain. Total accumulations will be around 1 to 3 inches for NYC with slightly higher amounts inland. The high temperature will be 35 in the city, low 30s in the suburbs.
Wednesday night will be mostly cloudy with sleet changing to rain for the entire region. Temperatures will slowly rise overnight as milder temps work their way into the area.
Thursday will be cloudy early followed by gradual clearing in the afternoon as unseasonably mild air will work its way into the region. Temperatures will be well above normal with a high of 55 in the city, upper 50s in the suburbs.
Friday will be mostly sunny and continued unseasonably mild as high pressure will remain in control of the weather for our region. The high temperature will be 48 in the city, upper 40s in the suburbs.
Saturday will be partly cloudy and seasonably as high pressure moves offshore into the Canadian Maritimes. The high temperature will be 44 in the city, mid 40s in the suburbs.
Sunday will be cloudy with periods of rain as an area of low pressure will move into the region from the west. Temperatures will once again be unseasonably mild with a high temperature of 55 in the city, mid 50s in the suburbs.
Monday will be partly cloudy with gusty winds as low pressure will move away from the region. Temperatures will be noticeably cooler with a high of 41 in the city, low 40s in the suburbs.