Feb 16, 2013 Brief Update

Short Term Update: A band of light to moderate snow is currently affecting central-eastern Long Island and Connecticut, with early accumulation reports as of 12 AM generally under an inch. The band of snow will continue to very slowly shift east overnight as a coastal low pressure, currently east of the Virginia coast, continues to quickly intensify while moving northeast away from the region. Accumulations of 1 to 4 inches are expected in central to eastern Long Island and central-eastern CT; localized accumulations over 4 inches, especially further east, cannot be ruled out. The snow is expected to end by the morning hours.

The latest forecast for the rest of the week can be found in today’s afternoon update. The next forecast discussion will be posted on Sunday.

 

 

2 thoughts on “Feb 16, 2013 Brief Update

  1. Anonymous Reply

    I got about an inch last night. But now that the sun is out I can already see the grass again. On to the next one.

    • NYC Weather Reply

      There are a few snow events in the foreseeable range, although they are likely to remain minimal at this time; some rain/snow is currently likely on Friday, followed by another storm potential around early-mid next week.

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