Big snow forecast in tri-state area next week, still in fall | The State

They forecast great snowfall in the tri-state area next week, still in autumn

Some areas would have rain and other snow

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After small snow falls in recent weeks in the tri-state zone, the first big storm could hit in the middle of next week.

“Storm Team” by NBC News is tracking the possibility of a coastal storm from Wednesday to Thursday, with long-range models showing a major winter storm heading northeast.

The storm would develop in the west of the country on Monday and then head east, generating a current of cold air in the tri-state area.

While it is still too early to tell which areas will see snow or rain, or the strength of them, there is the possibility of significant amounts of snow falling in New England and the tri-state zone. On the other hand, it is possible that in some places it only rains or both phenomena are mixed.

Before that, it is expected autumn weather today and on the weekend, with temperatures around 55F (12C). Tomorrow I could see some scattered showers and Sunday is shaping up sunnier. But early in the week the thermometer would begin to dip to a wind chill of 30F (0C), when the coastal storm approaches. Weather updates can be found here.


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