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New York City warns of snow this Tuesday

Up to three inches of snow accumulation is expected.

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The government of the city of NY warned of a snowstorm on Tuesday and later sleet fall.

According to him National Metereological Service snowfall is expected to be before 10:00 a.m. from the East, although afterwards there would be sleet and winds.

“Probably snow and sleet between 10 a.m. and 3 pm m., then rain and snow, possibly mixed with sleet after 3 p.m. m. “, indicated the authority.

As a result, temperatures would drop to 20 degrees Fahrenheit, but the wind chill would be less, due to winds of between 8 to 11 miles per hour.

“The probability of precipitation is 80%”, he indicated.

A minimum snow accumulation of one inch and a maximum of three inches is expected.

“Put together an emergency plan with the members of your household so they know what to do, how to find themselves and how to communicate in an emergency,” said the authority.

A report from AccuWeather indicated that two storms would impact various entities in the United States, beginning with Nebraska, Iowa and the northern parts of Illinois, indiana and Ohio, as well as the south of Wisconsin and Michigan.

The second storm would start this Monday and continue through the weekend with multiple days of snow, an accumulation of between 3-4 inches in areas of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and metropolitan areas of Ilinois, michigan and Iowa.


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