Future radar for today into tomorrow morning and some notes/ details about the Thursday snowstorm:
This video shows the simulated future radar from 10:00 this morning to 10:00 tomorrow morning from the HRRR model. One thing to note is that temperatures will reach 50 degrees tomorrow in central to eastern Suffolk.
Regarding the snowstorm on Thursday, the new 06Z Euro run continues to show the potential for 4 to 6 inches of snow on Long Island. There will be cold, dry air in place Thursday morning, so it may take a while for the snow to reach the ground. As of now, it looks like it will start around mid-morning, and with temperatures in the mid to upper 20's, it will stick right away. The wind will increase by late afternoon with gusts over 20 mph from the ENE, so the wind chill temperatures will be in the teens. The Euro is showing that it will still be all snow at 7 PM (when this Euro run ends) with temperatures still in the upper 20's with 3 to 5 inches already on the ground.