More snow Friday? Weather forecasts show that a new winter storm could hit New York City

More snow Friday?  Weather forecasts show that a new winter storm could hit New York City

New YorkFresh off the heels of measurable snow that recently hit New York City, the Tri-State area is likely to see just that Another round From the cold and cold winter weather.

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More snowfall is likely early Friday morning and into Friday evening, according to the National Weather Service, as another low pressure system moves from the south to the coast.

the Fox Forecast Center He will be watching the storm’s development to see if the system exploits more moisture to bring up more snow for New York City. It won’t be a huge blizzard, but it will still be disruptive to travel, as snow totals range.



<div>Another winter storm is set to make a trek across the country through the end of the week.  <strong>(FOX Weather)</strong></div>
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Another winter storm is set to make its way across the country through the end of the week. (Fox Weather)

Accumulating snow could cause problems on roads and airports throughout the day until the storm system exits the East Coast on Friday evening.

First, NY, NJ and CT need to prepare for extreme cold.

Will it snow on Friday? Calendar of events



<div>Cold winds Wednesday night.  <strong>(National Weather Service)</strong></div>
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Wind chill Wednesday night. (National Weather Service)

  • Thursday: Temperatures remain cold, with a high near 32. Clouds will fill the sky with temperatures remaining around 31 after nightfall.

  • Friday at 1 am: Snow may start falling around this time.

How many inches of snow on Friday?

There is a 10 to 30% chance of snow accumulation exceeding 3 inches in New York City.



<div>Total snow expected in the Northeast until Saturday, January 20, 2024. <strong>(FOX Weather)</strong></div>
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Total snow expected in the Northeast until Saturday, January 20, 2024. (Fox Weather)

“There is snow in the forecast, up and down the I-95 corridor,” said FOX Weather meteorologist Craig Herrera. “It’s a similar story to what we saw last time. We could see maybe 1 to 3 inches of snow, maybe a little bit more.”

Right now, the NWS is forecasting about 1.7 inches of snowfall in New York City, with higher forecasts on Long Island and lower forecasts inland.

At the extreme, New York City could see up to 4 inches of additional snowfall, but conversely, low amounts show no additional snowfall at all.

“It’s kind of a little dusty,” FOX Weather meteorologist Britta Merwin said. “The difference this round is that we had a lot of cold air where we were. This could lead to more fluffy snow.”

What comes after the snow?



<div>Wind chill Saturday night.  <strong>(National Weather Service)</strong></div>
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Saturday night cold wind. (National Weather Service)

Total snow on Tuesday

The record snow streak has finally ended after more than 700 days in New York City. Tuesday was the first time the city received an inch or more of snow on a calendar day in nearly two years.

The highest snow total to date was reported at Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) in New Jersey. The airport received 2.1 inches of snow.

John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) picked up 2 inches, and LaGuardia Airport (LGA) received 1.9 inches of snow.

Behind that, New York City’s Central Park reported 1.6 inches of snow.

Islip on Long Island also received 2.1 inches of snow. Bridgeport, Connecticut, also rose 2 inches.

FOX Weather’s Steven Yablonsky helped contribute to this report.

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