The thinking with the computer models for Christmas Eve and early Christmas Morning remains the same. Most of the urban corridor will be too warm for snow and the most concentrated area of precipitation will be North and West of the City.
On Christmas Eve there will be a couple of hours of snow over inland areas and then the precipitation will taper off or mix with a bit of rain. Over extreme Northwestern NJ, the Poconos and Catskills and Interior CT, the snow will last longer possibly into Christmas morning. These areas could see a couple of inches. The weak system pulls away Christmas morning, the sun should return with highs around 40º.
Looking Ahead: The next storm has a similarity to the rain/wind event of last week. All the computer models have the storm hugging the coast, or just inland which equals a snow killer. AS OF THIS WRITING, mostly rain is likely Wednesday into Thursday Morning. If a good Cold air damning situtation sets up ice is possible North and West . Track is as always crucial. Not etched in stone by any means. Keep it here for the latest.
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