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Weather Summary for the Local Tri-State Region
National Weather Service New York NY
358 PM EST Tue Jan 16 2018

Low pressure develops off the Middle Atlantic coast tonight,
giving the tri-state increasing chances for precipitation. The
precipitation may start off as all snow everywhere except the New
York City metro area, where a mix of rain and snow may occur.
The precipitation quickly changes to all rain for Long Island and
the metro area. All snow is expected for inland areas, and a mix
of rain and snow is forecast in between these two areas.
Temperatures will remain steady or rise slightly overnight, with
lows ranging from the upper 20s inland, to the middle 30s across
the metro area and Long Island.

Precipitation will continue into Wednesday morning, making for a
messy morning commute. The precipitation tapers off in the late
morning into the afternoon hours as the low moves to the north and
east. Snowfall totals range from 4 to 8 inches across portions of
northeast New Jersey, the Lower Hudson Valley, and interior
southwest Connecticut. Totals decrease to 1 to 3 inches for
coastal and southeast Connecticut to around an inch for much of
the metro area. Little to no snow accumulation is expected
elsewhere on Long Island. Highs will range from the lower to
upper 30s.

Dry weather is expected through the end of the week, with
seasonable temperatures.

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