Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for the Local Tri-State Region
National Weather Service New York NY
449 AM EST Mon Dec 18 2017

A warm moves across the region today as a weak low on the front
tracks south of Long Island. Light precipitation, mainly rain and
snow, is likely as the warm front moves across the region. There
may be a brief period of some sleet and freezing rain across
interior southern Connecticut early this morning, then light snow
will be likely, changing to all rain this afternoon before ending.
High temperatures will range from the mid and upper 40s across
northeastern New Jersey, eastward across Long Island, to the upper
30s to near 40 across the lower Hudson Valley and interior
southern Connecticut.

Tonight will be dry, with partly to mostly cloudy skies, as weak
high pressure builds in briefly. Lows will range in the 30s.

Tuesday will be partly sunny and warm as a cold front approaches
from the northwest. Highs will peak at around 50 inland to the
lower and mid 50s across northeastern New Jersey to Long Island.
Temperatures across portions of northeastern New Jersey may even
reach the upper 50s as warmer air moves in ahead of a cold front.

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