JANUARY NOR'EASTER: Saturday snowstorm could bring 3-6" in the Bronx, 6-9" in Brooklyn
A coastal storm could produce impactful accumulating snow for New York City on Saturday.
Accumulations of about 3-6 inches of snow are expected with higher amounts possible with any modification of storm track - 6-9 inches of snow is expected just east of the city and can fall in eastern portions of Brooklyn and Queens.
These changes would occur last minute for the area.
TONIGHT: Becoming cloudy after midnight. A snow shower possible by dawn. Lows near 27.
FRIDAY: A few snow showers likely. A coating of up to an inch is possible for some. Highs near 35.
FRIDAY NIGHT: Steady snow develops by midnight, accumulating through the overnight. Lows crash to 18.
SATURDAY: Accumulating snow expected to continue through lunchtime, then mostly cloudy and windy. Total snow accumulations could be up to 6 inches or more. Highs struggle to reach 20. Wind gusts of 30+ mph likely. Lows down to 13.
SUNDAY: Very cold, especially in the morning. Mostly sunny, but ineffective sunshine. Highs near 25. Lows near 22.
MONDAY: Mix of sun and clouds. Highs near 34. Lows near 29.
TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy. Highs near 41. Lows near 36.
WEDNESDAY - GROUNDHOG DAY: Mix of sun and clouds. Milder, with highs near 48. Lows near 45.
THURSDAY: Mildest day in a while, a chance of showers. Highs potentially top 50 degrees, lows near 40.