A dangerous Nor'easter will hit the tristate area from Thursday night into Saturday morning, bringing with it some snow, heavy rain, damaging winds that could cause power outages and possible flooding.
Here's a look at the timeline of the storm:
- Thursday evening: Rain arrives, mainly after 7 p.m. with up to an inch of accumulation possible overnight
- Friday morning: Rain will mix with snow and be all snow at times farther north. Temperatures will fall during the day Friday into the low 30s during the afternoon, with winds between 25 and 30 miles per hour, gusting to as high as 55 mph, bringing the wind-chill value down to between 20 and 30. Areas north of I-84 will see much higher snowfall amounts.
- Friday evening: Periods of rain and snow until about midnight with more accumulating snow possible.
- Saturday: Chance of rain and snow before noon before skies become partly sunny in the afternoon and the temperature rises into the low 40s.
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