[notice]Note: Tonight’s update was delayed due to technical difficulties. The next full discussion will be posted on Friday, with brief updates on Wednesday and Thursday nights.[/notice]
Evening Storm Update: Precipitation developed across the area this evening; this was mostly in the form of rain in NE NJ, NYC and Long Island, with snow/sleet/ice in NW NJ, SE NY and parts of southern CT. Most of the area will continue to see rain tonight while interior areas gradually change over to rain, with up to 1-2 inches of snow/sleet expected. Rain is expected to end on Wednesday morning from south to north, with highs in the low to mid 40s in southern CT, mid to upper 40s in SE NY and Long Island, and upper 40s to possibly low 50s in NE NJ and NYC.
Highs will remain warmer than average for the rest of the week, peaking in the mid 40s to low 50s on Thursday and the low-upper 40s on Friday and Saturday with partly to mostly cloudy skies and scattered showers, clearing by the weekend. A full forecast update will be posted tomorrow.