10 AM: Storm Mostly Over For Today
Last night, a steady period of light snow affected the area; widespread light accumulations have been reported, with accumulations generally from 1/4 to a little over 1 inch, but since then the snow quickly ended and skies cleared across the area. By this point, it appears that any inverted trough would do little to enhance snow totals except for perhaps areas east and south of NYC, and from this point, little, if any additional snow is expected today for most. Totals will end up close to where they are at this point, if not slightly higher. Should the inverted trough produce additional snow across the area later today, which would focus especially south and east of NYC, additional minor accumulations would take place.
The next update will be posted tonight with more information on the rest of the minor snow events this week.