What to know
- It's dull outside with the Friday morning commute; We'll dry out by midday, but clouds will linger into Saturday
- Sunday brings back wind and rain that could turn to snow Sunday night into Monday morning; Up to 3 inches is expected for places north and west of the city, which won't see much
- Once that system leaves, it feels like January, with temperatures dropping into the 30s by at least the middle of next week; February begins with normal temperatures
Storm Category 4 is tracking the potential for some snow early next week as temperatures drop to more normal levels for this time of year, although it could still pile up more heat.
After a few days of lulls the next storm moves in very quickly. Rain is expected late Saturday, with rain and strong winds expected on Sunday. Sunday night could change to snow as cold air moves in on the back of the system.
Accumulations will be less near New York City, while areas north and west of I-287 will see more than 3 inches.
How much snow do we get?
New York City earlier this month recorded its first one-inch snowfall in Central Park in nearly two full years. Could there be more to come this coming weekend? One thing seems certain at this point: It's going to be more like January.
Temperatures are expected to drop back into the 30s on Monday and remain so until at least the middle of next week.
View a 10-day forecast overview and track approaching systems using our interactive radar below.
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