New York: Snow Alert Issued



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    New York: Snow Alert Issued

    Another round of wintry weather is set to impact the New York City area Wednesday. Conditions will be fine all the way through the morning commute Wednesday. “Between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m., that’s when the snow falls. Cold enough, it’s snow for everybody. That’s where you get the maybe 1-2 inches close to the city, and you get those bigger numbers to the west” • Full Story

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    Another round of wintry weather is set to impact the New York City area Wednesday.

    Conditions will be fine all the way through the morning commute Wednesday, reported CBS2’s John Elliott.

    “Between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m., that’s when the snow falls. Cold enough, it’s snow for everybody. That’s where you get the maybe 1-2 inches close to the city, and you get those bigger numbers to the west,” Elliott reported.

    Between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m., warmer air moves in, creating rain that will wash away much of the snow. The cold temperatures may result in freezing on contact with the surface, or sleet. From 9 p.m.-midnight, the rain will really settle in, and temperatures will rise dramatically, into the 50s on Thursday.

    Ahead of the wintry mix, New York City’s Department of Sanitation issued a snow alert. That enables the DSNY to coordinate with the Office of Emergency Management and Department of Transportation on snow clearing.

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