A winter storm is poised to strike New York City and the Northeast early next week — with an early forecast of four inches on the Big Apple, according to forecasts.
Snow and sleet will likely begin falling Monday as the mid-Atlantic storm rolls east and intensifies, according to experts who said the weather “raises alarm bells.”
Winter Storm Barrels Toward Northeast
According to New York Metro Weather forecasters.
“Every few years, a more notable threat comes around — one that draws the attention of meteorologists and rings a few extra-alarm bells. That’s this storm.
[It] checks several of the boxes that we often look for when considering a high impact winter weather event.
This will allow snow to spread into the Mid-Atlantic and New England on Monday … the potential exists for a long duration and high impact winter storm somewhere in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast states.”
Temperatures on Monday are expected to hit a low of 32 degrees in New York City but the icy blast is expected to taper off on Tuesday, which has a forecast of “possible snow” and a low of 28 degrees, according to AccuWeather.
Wednesday will be partly sunny with a low of 26 degrees and a high of 36 degrees, according to the site.
H/T Post Wires