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
413 AM EST Tue Jan 16 2018

High pressure will move offshore today, as low pressure approaches
from the west. Expect a mostly dry but cloudy day. The only
exception will be north and west of New York City, where some
light snow may begin during the middle to late afternoon.
Temperatures will climb into the lower 30s across the interior,
and middle 30s closer to the coast.

Tonight and Wednesday, low pressure to the west will pass just
north of the region. Meanwhile, a coastal low will develop south
of Long Island and pass east of Montauk Wednesday afternoon. The
coastal low will pass close enough to the region, that some warm
air aloft will allow for precipitation across the coastal
locations to see a period of rain or a rain/snow mix. Across the
interior, temperatures will remain cold enough for all snow. The
highest snowfall totals will be across the Lower Hudson Valley
and Connecticut where amounts will range from 3-6 inches. Closer
to the coast, a coating to an inch will be possible. Lows tonight
will fall into the 20s and lower 30s. Highs on Wednesday will
reach the lower and middle 30s.

Drier weather returns Thursday and Friday.

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