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Weather Summary for the Local Tri-State Region
National Weather Service New York NY
408 PM EST Tue Feb 20 2018

With high pressure over the Western Atlantic Ocean, southwesterly
flow will continue tonight. This will also continue the
abnormally warm temperatures. Lows tonight will range from the
middle 40s well inland, to the middle 50s in the New York City
metro area. These temperatures are well above where normal high
temperatures should be for this time of year, some 20 to 25
degrees above normal. A humid air mass will also be in place, with
fog and drizzle likely. There may even be some patchy dense fog
late.

The fog will gradually burn off in the morning, with eastern Long
Island holding on to fog through late morning. A cold front will
approach the region on Wednesday, with the southwesterly flow
continuing. Temperatures will soar into the 70s, mainly for parts
of northeast New Jersey. Elsewhere, highs in the middle to upper
60s are possible, except along the immediate shore, where upper
50s to lower 60s are possible. Many record highs will likely be
tied or broken.

Rain moves into the area Wednesday night as the cold front moves
through.

$$

JP



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