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Ridgewood NJ, according to the National Weather Service a winter storm will impact the region late Monday into Tuesday, bringing the potential of an accumulating snowfall. Highest amounts are currently expected in the lower Hudson Valley and southern Connecticut, with lesser amounts along the coast, particularly for NYC and Long Island, where a changeover to rain is expected.
UPDATE:WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM THIS EVENING TO 1 PM EST TUESDAY… * WHAT…Heavy snow expected. Total snow accumulations of 5 to 8 inches. * WHERE…Portions of northeast New Jersey and southeast New York. * WHEN…From 6 PM this evening to 1 PM EST Tuesday. * IMPACTS…Travel could be very difficult. The hazardous conditions could impact the morning or evening commute.
Snow expected. Total snow accumulations of 3 to 5 inches. Portions of southern Connecticut, northeast New Jersey and southeast New York. From 7 PM Monday to 10 AM EST Tuesday.
Plan on slippery road conditions. The hazardous conditions could impact the Tuesday morning commute. Plan accordingly , drive carefully and leave plenty of extra time .As always “weather” is a very fickle thing:
Snow/Wintry Mix Interior, Snow to Rain for Coast Mon PM into Tue AM:
Snow/Wintry Mix – Interior portions of NE NJ, Lower Hudson Valley and Southern CT
4 to 6” snow possible, highest north of I-287 and I-95. This will result in hazardous travel
and snow covered roads for the Monday evening and Tuesday morning commutes.
Snowfall Rates: 1 inch/hr possible 7pm to 1am
Snowfall Character: Wet and heavy
Air Temperatures: Around 30 degrees.
Snow to Rain – NYC/NJ Metro and Long Island:
1 to 3” of wet snow/sleet possible across northern areas Monday eve, before
transitioning to rain. For south coastal areas, less than an inch from a brief onset as wet
snow and/or sleet.
Snowfall Rates: <1/2 inch/hr possible across northern areas
Snowfall Character: Wet
Air Temperatures: Lower to mid 30s Mon Eve, rising into mid and upper 30s.
Coastal Flooding – Minor coastal flood impacts possible for the Monday Night/early Tue Am
high tide cycle for vulnerable W LI Sound, Jamaica Bay, Hempstead Bay, and NY/NJ Harbor
Snowfall amounts for the NYC/NJ metro and Long Island are the most uncertain. It will be
dependent on intensity of snowfall at the onset, how quickly warm air comes in aloft from
the southwest, and wind direction at the surface. Southern portions of LI and NYC may
see little snow with quickest warming, while the northern most areas could see a quick 1
to 3” before changeover. This will be refined over the next 24 hrs as we examine high
resolution model solutions.
Areas to the north of I-287 in Lower Hudson and I-95 in S CT should be mainly snow/sleet
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