NYC weather: Rain, some snow could impact Monday morning commute
Expect showers overnight leading to a wet early morning commute on Monday, but the city shouldn’t see any significant accumulation of snow.
NEW YORK – A storm is expected to cross into the New York City area Sunday night into Monday, bringing showers and perhaps a little snow that could impact your morning commute. NYC timeline
Expect the wet weather to arrive in southern New Jersey first by around 11 p.m., and begin entering the city around 5 a.m. Snow is likely, but little accumulation is expected. The wet weather will leave the area around noon Monday. What to expect for the NYC area?
Showers will roll into the area by around 5 a.m., with some snow mixed in mainly before 7 a.m., before skies clear after mid-morning. Snow accumulations are expected to be half an inch or less.
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