It was another VERY Mild day…with temps 10-15 degrees above normal. A Weak storm slips south of us tonight…and a cold front towards morning…but not much weather with that. The storm in the Rockies will bring a band of rain and snow Wednesday night…with accumulating snow for the Adirondacks (2-5″)…..Then the first shot of cold air arrives Thursday afternoon and esp. Friday.
Wednesday will be another dry and mild day…later at night the mixed light precip arrives. By Thursday…windy and colder air arrives…with snow flurries and temps will drop for much of the afternoon. Winds may gust up to 45mph.
The Long Range shows and cold weather for Friday…then all the models show a storm Saturday into early Sunday. Should be cold enough for widespread snow by Saturday afternoon…..but the fine details still need to be worked out. Saturday night-some mixing with rain and ice may work up the Hudson Valley.
After the storm goes by…the flood gates open up for ANOTHER SURGE of even colder weather early next week. Wind chills will be well below zero. Here is your 7-Day Forecast.
Have a Great night everyone…we will keep you updated on the cold and snow…..BIG changes back to winter are on the way.