It’s Not Over: More Snow, Cold On The Way


Enjoy the sun and mild temperatures today, as more snow, rain and cold temperatures are headed into the tri-state tonight, with the messy mix expected to linger through Thursday.

A winter storm watch is in effect from late Tuesday night through Wednesday.

Snow will begin falling around midnight in New York City and its suburbs, switching to rain in the morning during the rush hour commute, forecasts predict.

The wintry mix will linger through Thursday, switching from snow to rain, the National Weather Service said.

Expected accumulation will be 1 to 3 inches in the city, and in Passaic County, the Hudson Valley and Connecticut, accumulations could hit 4 to 6 inches of wet snow and sleet.

Temperatures Tuesday will top 50 degrees, but will fall into the 30s overnight.  Expect highs only around 41 degrees on Wednesday and 44 degrees on Thursday, with overnight lows around 30 degrees.

(Source: NBC New York)