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
346 PM EST Wed Feb 15 2017

There will be a chance for precipitation early tonight as a cold
front pushes off the East Coast. Precipitation will be in the form
of snow away from the coast. A few of these snow showers will
become briefly heavy, with reduction in visibility to less than a
mile at times and a rumble of thunder also possible. Closer to
the coast, rain will mix with the snow, while mainly rain is
expected along coastal sections. The precipitation may change to
all snow in some places before ending. A dusting of snow is
possible well inland. The area will dry out for the second half of
tonight as weak high pressure builds in. Lows will generally
range from the lower to middle 20s, except some lower 30s for the
Twin Forks of Long Island.

Dry conditions are expected through the remainder of the work
week with high pressure continuing to build into the region. It
will be windy on Thursday as an area of low pressure intensifies
over the Gulf of Maine. Winds could gust around 35 mph.
Temperatures will be near normal, ranging from the middle 30s to
around 40.

Temperatures remain seasonable for Friday with winds diminishing
Thursday night into Friday.

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