Weather: Blizzard watch issued for NYC ahead of coastal storm

The National Weather Service has issued a blizzard watch for New York City to be in effect overnight Monday through Tuesday, as News 12 meteorologists track a coastal storm.



Following tonight's lows in the teens, Sunday's high temperature will top out only around 30 degrees. Monday will see partly cloudy skies and highs around 32 degrees.



The coastal storm is expected to move in early Tuesday morning. Periods of rain and snow are expected, and News 12 meteorologists there is a potential for major snow accumulation if temperatures remain cold enough. It will also be windy, and coastal flooding is possible.



The exact track of the storm and the temperature will affect any impacts to the borough, so stay with News 12 for the latest updates on the forecast.



The snow will continue into Wednesday before skies clear. The rest of the week is expected to remain cold, with highs in the mid-30s.


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