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***Snow to the west and north today and tomorrow, strong cold front with cold and windy conditions, the weekend storm with increased rainfall amounts, Euro with a wild solution for Sun/Mon, and then..

... we still have the Good Friday storm on the 29th***

- As you can see, there is a lot going on and coming up! The storm to the north will bring snow today to western NY and then into tomorrow for western and northern areas of the northeast and even into Thursday for Maine. The snow map in the 3rd image is through 8 PM Thursday.

- The cold front will pass through Long Island tomorrow with a chance for a passing shower, and it will be windy with cold air into Friday. Wind chill temps in the low 20's Thursday morning and Friday morning.

- Rainfall amounts for the Saturday storm have increased on the Model Blend with it now showing around 1.5 inches for Long Island. There will be the northern stream system and then the southern storm, and it's still uncertain as to exactly how it plays out. The Euro did come farther north with the southern storm, but it has a wild scenario with the southern storm hanging around and coming north Sunday into Monday with rain and strong winds for Long Island with extensive freezing rain for areas north of Long Island, but don't worry about this right now. I will have plenty of updates today.

- It still looks like a storm on March 29th (Good Friday) with rain for Long Island with snow possible in the mountains. Plenty of time to watch it.

- 1st image: My 5 day forecast for Long Island

- 2nd image: Future radar for 4 PM tomorrow

- 3rd image: Projected snowfall through 8 PM Thursday from the National Weather Service

- 4th and 5th images: Model Blend snow and precipitation maps through Sunday

- 6th image: Long Island temperatures for the next 2 weeks from the Euro ensembles

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