Snow likely tonight into Tuesday morning as cold front arrives

A strong cold front will move east and bring us some very cold air into late Tuesday and Wednesday.

By Tuesday morning, the storm will reach the Northeast and the East Coast - and New Yorkers may get their first glimpse of snow this season. More than 67 million Americans are under winter weather alerts, and forecasters expect hundreds of cold temperature records to be broken.

Rain in the morning will end in the afternoon as snow. A few snow showers and breezy, cold winds will continue through the day with sunshine at times.

Wednesday should see a bit more sun and a high of -5 C. The low is forecast to be -13 C.

"Now - Noon: "Increasing areas of snow with accumulations of 1/2" to 1" expected. Remember, the last couple of days have been on the mild side which means road temperatures have been pretty warm.

The cold adds another factor to the blast of winter weather.

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The New York City Department of Sanitation has issued a Snow Alert for Tuesday at 10 a.m., during which the DSNY coordinates with NYC Emergency Management and the Department of Transportation on snow clearing protocol in accordance with each agency's written snow plan.

Temperatures will drop drastically behind the storm.

There's a 60 per cent chance of flurries on Thursday with a high of -2 C and a low of -3 C. By Monday night, there will be widespread rain across the area. Single digit overnight low temperatures are forecast for the Berkshires, teens across much of MA.

Record cold is also in store for Wednesday. Lows in the teens are expected as far south as northern Texas and Arkansas.

The intensity of the cold will ease during the second half of the week across the eastern half of the nation, but, in most places, temperatures will generally remain below average.

If you're planning on attending any outdoor ceremonies for Remembrance Day, bundle up and then bundle up some more.

  • Douglas Reid