Motorists could encounter road ice on Friday morning, and anyone outside will experience near-zero hail winds despite forecasts of 26 degrees on a sunny day, the National Weather Service, which issued a special weather statement, said.
“The wind should weaken a little during the day but still be very breezy, making temperatures in the low and mid-twenties look more like teenagers,” she added. The north wind will have a speed of 14 miles per hour.
Although no snow or rain is expected until Tuesday, the Weather Service’s Weather Prediction Center said: “Arctic air mass has stabilized in most areas of the central and eastern United States with much lower-than-normal temperatures expected over the two days. the next two.”
Snow totals in the triplex were light Thursday. Syosset in Nassau recorded the most snowfall: just a half an inch, while the East Northport area of Suffolk recorded nine-tenths of an inch, according to the Met.
Tonight it will be cloudy. Thermometers drop to 13, and you’ll feel from zero to 10, according to the wind chill gauge. Forecasters said winds were still blowing from the north and could reach 11 miles per hour.
Saturday will come with sunshine, daylight will be 30 – but the harsh cold winds will be from zero to 10.
The night will be cloudy, and the thermometers will drop to 25. But the wind chill is expected to be much less than 15 to 20. By midnight, the north wind should change direction and arrive from the west.
The weather service said the metropolitan area should escape the storm-causing low pressure system off the North Carolina coast that should track “the well offshore on Saturday.”
The Meteorological Authority said that, ahead of the next cold front, Sunday will witness more moderate temperatures reaching 35 degrees, while westerly winds will blow at speeds of up to 10 miles per hour.
Monday should be close to twins: sunny, with the high approaching 34.
On Tuesday, the arrival of the low pressure system. There is a chance of snow before 1 p.m., then there is a chance of rain, forecasters said, making the odds as high as 40%. The daytime height will be 41.
“Tuesday will be the warmest day in the long run as the low pressure passes to the north and west and pulls the associated warm front across the region,” she added.
Experts said the highest high on Wednesday, under sunny skies, would reach 33, but expect a sharp drop at night at 13.
Under a sunny Thursday sky, thermometers should reach 29 degrees.
Tuesday snow possible
Snow could fall inland on Tuesday, the Met Office said, “with a mixture of rain and snow, or only occasional rain, in coastal areas and Long Island.”
She added that the second low pressure system should “pass well to the south and east.”
By late Tuesday, the experts said, the “Arctic” high pressure had begun.
“This will allow temperatures to drop below normal and mainly below freezing from Wednesday until early Friday,” the Met Office said.
For now, experts said, “there is only a small chance of snow falling over the far eastern regions starting Friday.”