New Winter Storm Brewing For Northeast After Dry Stretch: Here's What's Coming

A quick-moving new storm at the start of the week dropped a surprisingly high amount of snowfall in some parts of the Northeast to start the weekend, with as much as 10 inches reported in Brooklyn, more than half a foot on several spots Long Island, and lesser amounts farther north and inland.



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There won't be any similar surprises over the next several days, but a new winter storm is brewing for the end of the week.

Look for sunny skies on Presidents Day on Monday, Feb. 19, and Tuesday, Feb. 20 with a high temperature in the mid- to upper 30s on both days, and wind-chill values about 10 degrees colder.

It won't be as cold on Wednesday, Feb. 21, with the high temperature around 40 degrees and sunny skies.

Thursday will be partly sunny during the day with a high temperature managing to reach the low 40s farthest south.

Clouds will increase Thursday night in advance of the storm on Friday.

Current models show a chance for a mix of rain, sleet, and snow from overnight Thursday into early afternoon Friday before the temperature rises into the low 40s.

There's uncertainty surrounding the track, timing, strength, and range in temperatures.

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