Snow Potential Increases as Temperatures Dip: Storm Team 4 Tracks Next Winter Storm

New York City, NY – The potential for snow early next week has caught the attention of Storm Team 4, as temperatures are expected to return to more normal levels for this time of year. However, it seems that the warmth may prevent significant snow accumulation. The upcoming storm is predicted to move in rapidly, following a period of dreary weather. Showers are anticipated on Saturday, with rain and gusty winds intensifying on Sunday. As the system moves out, cold air will come in on its backside, likely causing a transition to snow on Sunday night. Although New York City is expected to experience minimal accumulation, some areas north and west of I-287 could receive more than 3 inches.

Earlier this month, Central Park in New York City received its first one-inch snowfall in almost two years. Many wonder if this upcoming weekend will bring even more snow. One thing is for certain: the weather will feel more like January. Temperatures are projected to drop back into the 30s on Monday and are expected to remain there until at least the middle of next week.

For a comprehensive 10-day forecast and the ability to track approaching systems, individuals can access the interactive radar offered by Storm Team 4.

With the potential for snow on the horizon and cooler temperatures settling in, New Yorkers should prepare for a wintry start to February. While the upcoming storm system may not bring substantial accumulation to the city, residents should be cautious and stay updated on the latest weather developments.