NEW YORK (PIX11) — Snow is slated to blow into the New York and New Jersey area late Friday into early Saturday, as Mother Nature continues to make up for lost time with winter winding down.
A winter weather advisory is in effect from Friday afternoon into Saturday morning. The advisory includes Westchester and Rockland counties in New York and Passaic, Essex, Bergen, and Morris counties in New Jersey.
Tracking the storm: Snow timeline
Low pressure will move into the area later Friday and then offshore on Saturday, bringing unsettled weather to the region. Clouds increased throughout the morning on Friday, with rain developing later in the afternoon. The high temperature will be 44 in New York City, and in the low to mid-40s in the suburbs.
Saturday will be cloudy with snow early following gradual clearing in the afternoon as the storm moves offshore. The high temperature will be 43 in New York City, and in the low to mid-40s in the suburbs.
Potential snow totals
New York City is expected to get 1 to 2 inches of snow, but mostly rain during this storm. Areas north and northwest of New York City could see between 3 and 6 inches of snow.
Another storm takes aim at NYC
Sunday will feature a mix of sun and clouds with milder temperatures in the mid-40s, but this will be a brief reprieve because Mother Nature is not done with the winter weather just yet.
Monday will be cloudy with rain and snow possible as another storm system will move through the area during the afternoon. The high temperature will be in the mid-40s.
Tuesday will be cloudy early followed by clearing skies as high pressure will work its way in from the west. Wednesday will be partly cloudy and cool as high pressure will dominate the weather for the region. Thursday will feature a mix of sun and clouds with temperatures in the upper 40s for much of the area.