NEW YORK (WABC) –A winter storm watch has been issued ahead of a potential nor’easter that could bring heavy snow, rain and wind to the Tri-State area yet again.
We’re starting off the week with clouds and sun with temperatures in the mid-40s, but conditions will deteriorate on Tuesday night.
Rain and snow will develop overnight across the New York area, and then change over to all snow for much of the region during the day on Wednesday.
Snow appears most likely from the city on north and west, with rain or a mix changing to all snow farther east.
High temperatures in the mid to upper 30s probably occur early in the day, then fall to near freezing later.
Plan on difficult travel conditions, especially during the evening commute on Wednesday. Significant reductions in visibility are possible as strong winds will likely become an issue once again
Skies will clear on Thursday, but we’ll have to keep an eye on another potential storm late next weekend.abc7ny