[notice]The blog will be on a limited posting schedule through Monday with occasional brief updates. The next full update will be posted on Tuesday night.[/notice]
– Weekend Outlook: Mostly to partly sunny skies are expected to continue through the weekend, with highs on Saturday peaking in the low to mid 40s across most of the area, and on Sunday in the mid to upper 40s.
– Monday Storm Update: The latest model guidance remains split on Monday’s storm, between the storm scraping the area with rain/snow showers and a more significant snowstorm across the area, especially west of NYC. At this time, at least a light-moderate impact event is likely with widespread rain/snow, especially south of the area, with precipitation type potentially leaning more towards snow west of NYC, although the forecast is still subject to some changes over the next few days.
– Longer Range: Beyond the Monday storm, temperatures are expected to generally remain colder than average, in the 40s for highs and 20s/30s for lows, through at least the last few days of the month.