A new storm is coming Monday nightNew York CityAnd continuing till Tuesday, severe weather like snowfall, strong winds and floods are expected.GovernorHuo Chu(Kathy Hochul) urges all New Yorkers to stay safe and prepare for stormy weather.
“As New Yorkers prepare to celebrate Super Bowl Sunday, we are keeping an eye on an incoming storm that will impact much of the state early this week,” Hochu said. “I have directed all departments across the state to prepare for the storm. I also hope everyone will be prepared and pay attention to weather and travel safety information.”
New York City andnagashimaThe area could see one to three inches of snowfall and winds up to 40 mph. Local coastal flooding is possible, especially during the peak of the storm Monday night and Tuesday morning. Hochu urged New Yorkers to pay attention to weather forecasts in their local areas and be prepared for potential traffic hazards and power outages.
For New York City, Long Island, the Capital Region, Mid-Hudson Valley and the Southern Tier, precipitation will start as rain and gradually change to snow by Monday night. Snowfall is expected to peak Tuesday morning and continue through Tuesday night. Wind gusts along the coast will begin Tuesday morning and continue through the afternoon, with gusts reaching 40 mph.
The Mid-Hudson Valley could see six to eight inches of snowfall. Parts of the lower Mid-Hudson are expected to see up to 12 inches of snowfall, while the capital and southern parts of the state are expected to see 4 to 6 inches of snowfall.
A winter storm watch is currently in effect for parts of the state. More warnings will be issued as the storm develops. New Yorkers can visit alert.ny.gov to sign up for the free NY Alert emergency alert service. A complete list of weather alerts and forecasts is available on the National Weather Service website at alerts.weather.gov.
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