Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for the Local Tri-State Region
National Weather Service New York NY
410 AM EDT Mon Mar 19 2018

Cool and dry conditions will continue through today into tonight
as Arctic high pressure builds from the north and west.
Temperatures will remain below normal, with highs in the upper 30s
to middle 40s, and lows tonight in the teens to near freezing.

The next chance for precipitation will come Tuesday afternoon to
evening as a coastal storm develops off the Mid-Atlantic Coast
and passes south and east of Long Island. Our area will be on the
northern fringes of this storm, and there will be the possibility
of snow Tuesday into the middle of the week, mainly for southern
portions of the forecast area. The current forecast calls for 3-6
inches of snow for portions of the NYC metro into Long Island,
with anywhere from 1-4 inches elsewhere by Wednesday. Conditions
will also become breezy Tuesday night into Wednesday, mainly for
coastal locations. The forecast is still very uncertain, so stay
tuned for updates.

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