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  1. Morning thoughts... At 8:05 am, pockets of snow, sleet, and freezing rain were moving north and eastward in central and southern Pennsylvania. That precipitation/will move into the region later this morning or early this afternoon. Today will be cloudy with periods of light snow, sleet, freezing rain, and rain developing. Minor accumulations are possible in New York City and Philadelphia (generally 1” or less). North and west of New York City, from the Hudson Valley into southern New England, 1”-3” snow is possible. East of a line running from Philadelphia to New York C
  2. Tomorrow into Wednesday morning, a weak system will come eastward bringing snow, sleet, freezing rain and rain to parts of the region. Snowfall amounts will be fairly light. Initial snowfall estimates include: Allentown: 2" or less Boston: 1"-3" Hartford: 1"-3" Islip: 0.5" or less New York City: 2" or less Newark: 1" or less Philadelphia: 1" or less Worcester: 2"-4" A few days later during January 28-29, another storm will impact parts of the East Coast. That storm will likely exit off the Southeast coast bringing some accumulating snow to parts of the Sou
  3. Morning thoughts... Today will be partly sunny and somewhat warmer than yesterday. Clouds will increase as the day progresses. Temperatures will likely top out in the middle and upper 30s in most of the region. Likely high temperatures around the region include: New York City (Central Park): 36° Newark: 37° Philadelphia: 39° Tomorrow and tomorrow night, a weakening system will bring a light snowfall to parts of the region. An area running from Philadelphia to New York City remains in line for 1”-3” snow. Lesser amounts are likely to the east. A se
  4. Tomorrow will be dry and continued cold. On Tuesday into Tuesday night, a weakening system will come eastward bringing a swath of 1"-3" snowfall in an area running from Philadelphia to New York City and north and west of those areas. Areas just to the east of New York City could see little accumulation. A few days later during January 28-29, another storm will impact parts of the East Coast. That storm will likely exit off the Southeast coast bringing accumulating snow to parts of the Southeast and lower Middle Atlantic region. The heaviest snows could be focused on the Richmond to
  5. Morning thoughts... Today will be partly sunny and cold. Temperatures will likely top out in the lower 30s in most of the region. Likely high temperatures around the region include: New York City (Central Park): 32° Newark: 34° Philadelphia: 34° On Tuesday and Tuesday night, a weakening system will bring a light snowfall to parts of the region. An area running from Philadelphia to New York City appear to be in line for 1”-3” snow. Lesser amounts are likely to the east. Later this week, a second larger storm will pass too far to the south and east t
  6. Tomorrow will be another fair and cold day. Afterward, parts of the East could see one or two snowfall possibilities during the upcoming week. During January 25-27, a system coming eastward could bring a swath of 1"-3" snows from Philadelphia to New York City with a few locally higher amounts. The higher amounts would likely be confined to the west of both cities. Areas just to the east of New York City could see little accumulation. A few days later during January 28-29, another storm will impact parts of the East Coast. That storm will likely exit off the Southeast co
  7. Morning thoughts... Today will be partly sunny and cold. Temperatures will likely top out in the lower 30s in most of the region. Likely high temperatures around the region include: New York City (Central Park): 33° Newark: 34° Philadelphia: 35° Tomorrow will be fair and continued cold.
  8. Colder air drilled into the region with a few snow flurries and snow showers. A much colder air mass will cover the region during the weekend. Parts of the region could struggle to reach freezing tomorrow and again on Sunday. The closing week of January will likely be colder than normal across the region. Milder weather will likely return during the first week of February. Some of the guidance suggests that temperatures could surge to much above normal levels for a time. Meanwhile in northern Canada, Nunavut experienced another day with near record and record high tempe
  9. Morning thoughts... At 7:45 am, a line of snow showers, with some embedded pockets of moderate to heavy snow, stretched from central Vermont down to western Massachusetts. That area of snow was pushing eastward. The potential existed for Boston to pick up a small accumulation later this morning or early this afternoon. That area of snow was associated with a strong push of colder air. The frontal passage will likely be dry in the New York City and Philadelphia areas. As a result, under partly sunny skies, readings will likely top out in the lower and middle 40s in most
  10. Temperatures again rose into the lower 40s across much of the region today. The remainder of the week will be fair and seasonably cold. A much colder air mass will arrive for the weekend. Parts of the region could struggle to reach freezing on Saturday and Sunday. Meanwhile, Nunavut experienced another day with near record and record high temperatures. High temperatures included: Eureka: -4° (just missed its daily record from 1985 by 0.2°C) Grise Fiord: 16° (old record: 9°, 1985) Iqaluit: 32° Kimmirut: 35° (old record: 23°, 2003) Pangnirtung: 30° (old record: 24
  11. Morning thoughts... An area of clouds may move across parts of the region this morning, but the afternoon should be mostly sunny throughout the region. Temperatures will likely reach the lower to perhaps middle 40s in most of the region. Likely high temperatures around the region include: New York City (Central Park): 42° Newark: 44° Philadelphia: 45° A strong cold front could bring another period of light snow or flurries on Friday.
  12. A weak disturbance brought a round of light snow and snow showers across the region today. Snowfall amounts included: Allentown: Trace Bridgeport: Trace Islip: 0.2" New York City: Trace Newark: 0.3" Philadelphia: Trace The remainder of the week will be fair and seasonably cold. A much colder air mass will arrive for the weekend. Parts of the region could struggle to reach freezing on Saturday and Sunday. As Arctic blocking persists, next week could feature one or perhaps two more opportunities for snowfall, with the greatest risk focused on the Jan
  13. Morning thoughts... Following this morning’s light snow and flurries, it will become partly sunny. Temperatures will likely reach the lower 40s in most of the region. Likely high temperatures around the region include: New York City (Central Park): 41° Newark: 43° Philadelphia: 43° A strong cold front could bring another period of light snow or flurries on Friday.
  14. A quick video of this morning’s light snow:
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