AWUS81 KOKX 202041
Weather Summary for the Local Tri-State Region
National Weather Service New York NY
341 PM EST Tue Nov 20 2018
High pressure will build in from the southwest tonight resulting
in clearing skies. It will turn colder into Wednesday morning
with lows mainly into the lower to middle 30s for the metropolitan
areas and the immediate coast, with middle and upper 20s inland.
It will be breezy and chilly on Wednesday as temperatures will
average below normal. After a good deal of sunshine, clouds will
begin to increase as an early season arctic cold front begins to
approach the region later in the day. This may lead to some snow
showers and flurries, first across interior sections, and
eventually closer to the coast by evening.
Turning very cold during Wednesday night with some scattered snow
showers and flurries around early. Low temperatures by
Thanksgiving morning are expected to approach record cold levels.
Wind chills by Thanksgiving morning are expected to range from
near 0 to 10 above. By the afternoon temperatures will only
reach the 20s region wide, with wind chills in the upper single
digits to middle teens.