Tuesday snow


Rain, sleet, snow and relentless cold take aim at Tri-State this week

January 28, 2019 - 10:00 am

NEW YORK (1010 WINS) – Rain, snow, sleet and cold are in the forecast this week just as the Tri-State recovers from last week’s messy winter weather and brutal lows.

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AccuWeather says sleet and snow will change over to rain in the New Jersey and Hudson Valley suburbs Tuesday morning before arriving in the city by afternoon.

A coating to an inch of snow is expected in and around the five boroughs, with 1 to 3 inches in the forecast for parts of the northwest suburbs.

Tuesday snow

Temperatures will drop from the low 40s Tuesday afternoon to the low 20s overnight, according to AccuWeather, leading to slippery conditions throughout the region. 

Dangerous ice will be a problem into Wednesday morning, when another snow shower is expected, AccuWeather says.

It’s down-right cold Wednesday, with highs in the mid-20s and RealFeel temperatures in the single digits from the wind.

Tuesday night cold

Unforgiving cold arrives Thursday as highs struggle to get out of the teens and RealFeels hit as low as 25 below in the morning, according to AccuWeather.

It warms to the mid-20s on Friday and then to about 30 degrees Saturday, when some more snow could arrive.