Overnight wintry mix could make for messy Tuesday morning commute

Storm Team Meteorologist Alex Calamia says some snowflakes may drift close to the region overnight.

News 12 Staff

Mar 6, 2023, 10:32 AM

Updated 448 days ago


NEW:  Dry conditions and active winds this workweek through Friday.  
NEXT: Saturday to feature another wintry system poised to bring snowflakes across the Hudson Valley. 
Storm Team Meteorologist Alex Calamia says some snowflakes may drift close to the region overnight.  
OVERNIGHT: Overcast. Low chance for an isolated, quick shower or snowflake shower across Yonkers and points south of I-287. Morning commute could be slick. Lows near 32.   
TUESDAY: Sun and clouds with active winds during afternoon. Winds at 10-20 mph, with gusts near 36 mph by 3:45 p.m. Active winds make for a much colder feel, subfreezing feel like temps in New City. Highs near 43. Lows drop to seasonal range near 27.  
WEDNESDAY: Sunny with winds from north 10-25 mph. Highs near 45, lows near 29.
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny, not as windy. Highs near 47. Lows near 28.
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny. Highs near 45. Lows near 33.
THE WEEKEND: Tracking a wintry system, with some promise of snow, mix and rain for southern Hudson Valley. Closely monitoring this system. Wet/snowy weather may start late morning Saturday, ending Sunday. Highs in the low-40s. Lows near 30.

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