- After a frigid day, we'll be warming up each day and will be in the 50's for part of next week on Long Island.
- A few flurries can't be ruled out today over eastern Long Island from Long Island Sound Effect snow, but mostly just clouds probably.
- A weak system will slide south of the Long Island and New York area on Friday afternoon/evening with light snow staying south of Long Island.
- Another weak system could bring some snow to northern NY and northern New England
Update on the Tuesday night/ Wednesday morning storm and the cold to follow:
- Besides the Lake Effect snow (see 1st image), it will be uneventful for New York and New England the next few days.
- The offshore storm for Sunday afternoon/night has trended a little closer to North Carolina and Cape Cod, but it should still stay just offshore with the snow.
- We have a frontal system/storm for Tuesday night into Wednesday morning that will bring some rain changing to snow for
- A Wind Advisory has been issued from 6 PM this evening until midnight tomorrow night for northwest winds of 20 to 30 mph with gusts as high as 50 mph. High temperatures tomorrow on Long Island will only be 10 to 15 degrees. Wind Chill temperatures will generally remain below zero from late tonight into early Tuesday morning.
- Rain moves in Wednesday late afternoon and continues into Thursday night for Long Island and the southern New England area. It's possible that it c
❄️Snow Update❄️ - First, we have the weak system for Friday morning which will bring 1 to 3 inches of snow for all but Long Island and southeastern New England. - Regarding the storm for Saturday night into Sunday night, the Euro has now shifted the track more to the north, so it has the heavy snow for inland areas of New England. The GFS is the farthest south with the snow, but even the GFS has mixing with sleet and rain from central NJ to Long Island and parts of southeast
- The new Euro weeklies and JMA weeklies are both showing a cold, snowy stretch from late January into February for the northeast. The image below shows the pattern from the Euro for week 3 (Jan 28th to Feb 4th).
- While it's not very accurate beyond 5 days, the GFS is showing 3 snow events for the northeast (Jan 20th, 22nd, and 26th).
- For the storm this weekend, Long Island appears to be on the northern fringe and may see some light snow showers very late Saturday night
Very cold air is poised to move into the northeast later this week and weekend. Temperatures may only be around 30 degrees for afternoon highs on Long Island. Also, a storm system will be approaching, but it's possible that the cold high pressure system to the north will keep the storm from turning up the coast. While the GFS model (1st image) keeps the storm to the south of Long Island, the Euro has the storm a little further north, and the FV3-GFS (2nd image) brings the sto