The National Weather Service has issued Hazardous Weather alert for Northeastern New Jersey and Southern New York. This is scheduled to last from Sunday- 16-January to Monday-17-January. Information is for local area around Teterboro Airport.
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(To help support Bogota Blog NJ with its coverage of Local stories & sportsplease contribute at: donate to Bogota Blog NJ )-LIGHT SNOW AND SPOTTY LIGHT FREEZING RAIN POSSIBLE THISEVENINGRain, snow and freezing rain, possibly mixed with sleet before 11pm, then rain, snow, and sleet between 11pm and midnight, then rain after midnight. Temperature rising to around 43 by 4am. Wind chill values between 20 and 25. Windy, with an east wind 11 to 16 mph increasing to 21 to 26 mph after midnight. Winds could gust as high as 43 mph. Chance of precipitation is 100%. Little or no ice accumulation expected.New snow and sleet accumulation of 1 to 2 inches possible.National Weather Service said parts of northern Bergen and Passaic counties could get between 4 to 6 inches of snow during the holiday weekend. Their prediction for nearby towns are:
Low-end to high-end snowfall: <1-3"
Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 0.1": 100%
Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 1": 78%
Chance of Seeing More Snow Than 2": 50%
As precipitation mixes with and changes to rain, road temperatures in these areas may still be below freezing even as air temperatures slowly rise to the mid and upper 30s, and a light glaze of ice may be possible on untreated surfaces. Plan on slippery conditions this evening even as temperatures slowly rise.The State of New Jersey have issued a warned to stay off the roads Sunday night into Monday morning as a winter storm is expected to hit the state with a dangerous combination of snow, rain, flooding, and strong winds.(To help support Bogota Blog NJ with its coverage of Local stories & sportsplease contribute at: donate to Bogota Blog NJ )
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