7:00 AM | ***Precipitation probably arrive late afternoon…rain/snow combo to vary to all snow later tonight…look ahead to attainable snow burst early Saturday*** — Arcfield Climate

6-Day forecast for the New York Metropolis metro area

Right this moment

Primarily cloudy, chilly, rain or a mixture of rain and snow probably develops in the course of the late afternoon hours, highs within the mid 40’s; E-SE winds round 5-10 mph


Primarily cloudy, breezy, chilly, rain or a mixture of rain and snow adjustments to all snow, lows within the low-to-mid 30’s


Primarily cloudy, windy, chilly, snow or a mixture of rain and snow within the morning, look ahead to a burst of heavier snow; particularly, throughout central/northern New Jersey, decrease 40’s for afternoon highs

Saturday Evening              

Clearing, breezy, fairly chilly, higher 20’s for late night time lows


Rising clouds, chilly, low-to-mid 40’s; probability for rain or a mixture of rain and snow at night time


Primarily cloudy, chilly, probability of rain or a mixture of rain and snow, low-to-mid 40’s; snow or snow showers attainable at night time


Primarily cloudy, windy, fairly chilly, probability of snow or snow showers, close to 40 levels


Partly sunny, breezy, fairly chilly, close to 40 levels


The general climate sample will stay fairly lively throughout the nation in the course of the subsequent couple of weeks with most sections experiencing colder-than-normal situations. Within the Mid-Atlantic/Northeast US, there could also be as many as three storms in the course of the subsequent week or so presenting possibilities of rain and snow. Precipitation is more likely to arrive right here with the primary system by late afternoon within the type of rain or maybe a mixture of rain and snow. As low stress intensifies off the Mid-Atlantic shoreline later tonight, an inflow of colder air will probably change the precipitation to all snow. There may even be a burst of heavier snow early Saturday with an inverted trough extending from the ocean low again to the Mid-Atlantic shoreline on the similar time there may be speedy intensification. Accumulations of a coating to an inch or two are on the desk by mid-morning Saturday. One other system threatens with rain and/or snow from late Sunday into Tuesday. This technique might flip right into a monster storm for the Northeast US early subsequent week and it wouldn’t take a lot to have a major affect on the northern Mid-Atlantic…keep tuned and a lot for an early spring.

One remaining notice, clocks flip forward an hour this weekend.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Arcfield Climate


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