Uncertainty with a storm’s predicted track has also resulted in an uncertain snowfall forecast in the next couple of days.
The National Weather Service (NOAA) lists under a hazardous weather outlook that a system will move up the east coast on Thursday. The storm may result in accumulating snowfall, with the best chance of significant accumulations to be east and along the Pocono and Catskill Mountains.
Due to uncertainty in the storm’s predicted track, NOAA is urging the public to follow forecasts throughout the week.
Sunshine is expected throughout the day today, but the sunshine will do little to bring the high out of the lower 20s. The wind chill will make it feel like -4. Clear skies are expected once again tonight, with a low around -3 degrees.
More sunshine is expected on Wednesday, along with a frigid high in the mid 20s. The wind chill will make it feel like -3. A chance of snow is expected on Wednesday night after 2 a.m., with a low around 15 degrees. Less than a half inch of snow is expected.
Snow is expected on Thursday, with a high in the lower to mid 30s. NOAA currently predicts an 80 percent chance of snow, but with no possible snowfall accumulations listed. A 50 percent chance of snow is predicted on Thursday night before 1 a.m., with a low in the lower 20s.
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