Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Upton, NY

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Weather Summary for the local Tri-State Region
National Weather Service New York NY
410 PM EST Sat Dec 10 2016

Outside of a passing snow shower or flurry for far northwestern
areas early tonight, conditions will be dry as high pressure
builds into the region from the west. Clouds will diminish and
skies will clear, setting the stage for a very cold night. Lows
will range from the upper teens in the normally colder outlying
areas, to the middle 20s in the New York City metro area.

Cold and dry conditions continue into Sunday as the center of high
pressure passes over the area and then off shore. Highs will only
reach the 30s region-wide.

A warm front will approach the area Sunday night. Temperatures
will be cold enough over the entire area for precipitation to
start off as all snow. However, as the warm front continues its
approach, temperatures will rise overnight, especially along the
coast. A change over to rain is expected from south to north into
Monday morning, with a wintry mix for areas well north and west.
Less than an inch of snow is expected along the coast, while 2-4
inches may fall across portions of Orange County.

Warmer air will work into the area on Monday morning, for the
entire area to see a change over to all rain. Dry conditions
return Monday night.


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