Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Upton, NY

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AWUS81 KOKX 230940

Weather Summary for the local Tri-State Region
National Weather Service New York NY
440 AM EST Mon Jan 23 2017

...A strong coastal storm will bring strong winds, heavy rain, and
the possibility of coastal flooding to the region...

An area of low pressure over the southeastern United States will
track to the north and east during the day today. As the low
approaches, northeast winds will increase, with gusts to near 60
miles per hour along the coast by late this afternoon into this
evening. At the same time, precipitation will overspread the area
from southwest to northeast, becoming heavy at times tonight.
While temperatures will be warm enough across most of the area for
the precipitation to fall as plain rain, parts of Orange, Putnam,
and Passaic counties will see at least some of the precipitation
fall as a combination of snow and sleet late this afternoon into

Winds will begin to diminish and precipitation will slowly come to
an end during the day on Tuesday as the low finally moves east of
the area. Weak high pressure then allows sunshine to return for
the middle of the week.

With plenty of cloud cover, daytime highs will be near normal
today before rising to around 10 degrees above normal by
Wednesday. Overnight lows will range from the mid 30s to around 40
through the period, about 10 degrees above normal for this time of

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