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A storm could end New York's long snow drought this weekend

A storm could end New York's long snow drought this weekend

2023 closed as New York City's least “white” year in climate records: Between January 1 and December 31, Central Park recorded only 2.3 inches of snow. National Weather Service (NWS).

Such a drought could reverse by the end of 2024: A possible storm will bring snow overnight this Saturday, January 6th and Sunday, the 7th., though it's still too early to confirm, experts caution. “The storm track and cold air for snow is still in the air,” he said. NBC News.

It can be stormy The first major snowfall in much of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic in more than a yearIt marked the end of a record snow drought that has gripped cities from Washington DC to New York. Forbes.

Meanwhile, The weather looks cooler this week, with temperatures between 25 and 35 degrees F (-3 and 2C) and a 40% chance of rain on Thursday.

For 110 years (1913), New York has not had such a low snowfall: The total for that time was 3.4 inches. 1973 now ranks 3rd on the “lowest year of snowfall” list with 5.6 inches.

Although Central Park is considered the benchmark thermometer of the city. It added two inches in February and March last winter. It's been nearly 700 days since NYC saw at least an inch of snow in a single day. There has been a similar shortage in this too Baltimore, Philadelphia and Washington DC.

Weather updates can be found here And in the portal National Weather Service (NWS-NY). Further Here are the forecast details for New York and Jersey counties And on this page NBCNews Weather.

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