The second snow event of the month affected the area today, with snow totals as of earlier this afternoon mostly below 2 inches north and west of NYC into southern CT, with the highest totals towards western and central NJ away from the coast with as much as 3-5 inches of snow. NYC and Long Island mostly observed rain with little to no accumulations.
As the latest radar shows to the left, the storm is currently moving out of the area, with rain and snow ending from NYC and further west over the next 1-2 hours. Precipitation will persist through the early overnight hours for Long Island and southern Connecticut as the coastal low, currently south of Long Island, intensifies while moving away from the region. Temperatures will drop into the 20s tonight north and west of NYC, with low 20s further inland and mid to upper 20s for the north/west suburbs of NYC including parts of southern CT. Chilly temperatures will stick around through Friday, with warmer temperatures returning for the weekend and into early next week. More information on the forecast will be posted with a brief update tonight.