Weather Channel, New York, Mark Thibodeau discussed on Sean Hannity
Where New York comes for everything you need to know the voice of New York 7 10 w o R an I Heart radio station. And we've got 30 degrees and four o'clock that afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney, the tri state area getting ready for a snow lashing this afternoon. A nor'easter with heavy load is moving in details now from Weather Channel meteorologist Mark Thibodeau, who joins us live Mark. Absolutely Justin. I forgot to bring this up. Last time we talked, you know, is actually utilizing a hurricane hunter aircraft to fly into the storm to get a look to see what the temperatures are doing a different levels of the snowstorm to determine where the rain still lying could end up at the coast, which could make a big difference between Mary is on the coast. Getting a little stone, some getting a whole lot and to see exactly how strong the low pressure is getting that will help the local weather offices determine whether or not they need a high wind watch a high wind warning flood warnings, etcetera. So ah lot of different partners getting in together with this storm and Noah, too. Make this system is well forecasted as possible, and we're going to get a big hit from this one. We have low pressure that's keeping off the Delmarva Peninsula. Right now. It's moving north it suggesting cold air from Canada at the same time. The cold air, the abundance of Atlantic moisture moving in all making for a blockbuster of a snowstorm tonight making up for the lackluster a winner that we had 2019 2020 with. Not a whole lot of stone. Certainly not a lot of big storms, which I thought was great 12. What? Oh, yeah, Yeah, absolutely Sure. Nobody would disagree with you there for sure. Yeah, which was great. But, yeah, making up for lost time now 8 to 12 in Manhattan by midday. Locally higher amounts. Midday Thursday 12 to 16, western Connecticut. We could be looking at 12 18 across North Jersey, up in the Hudson Valley and coastal flood problem, potentially on the south, facing beaches of Long Island with a 30 to 40 MPH. Southeast to East wind taking shape, so it is going to be a dangerous night out there. By the time we get the lady think there's some spots that could be starting at the rate of 1 to 2 inches per hour of the temperatures at or below freezing that snow is going to stick my friend and very quickly be careful out there. You're saying this thing leaves noon ish tomorrow? It's gonna be with us all the way up till lunchtime tomorrow. Yeah, It's gonna snow occasionally tonight, and when it does snow, it won't. It's not like it's going to snow straight for 12 hours. That could still someplace too straight for 12 hours, But I think when the snow does come down, there's going to be these bursts of snow. That add up like 1 to 2 inches an hour, So that's hard to plow off immediately, because what happens is you get the work done, then it's knows another 1 to 2 inches an hour and 45 minutes an hour. You're back out again. So that's why it's a good idea for everybody to just kind of stay in tonight created little traffic on the roads as possible that way, when the snow does stop or stops enough crews can get out There They completely is roads off. We can get back to Semi normal on someone's wrote, But it is going to be a very tough night on the road subdivision, highways, you name and turnpikes going to be a mess out there later. Well, it certainly sounds like it. Thank you very much. Another live report there from media largest meteorologist Mark Thibodeaux from the Weather Channel. Thank you, Mark. The news is brought to you. By better help, Khamis. There's something interfering with your happiness or preventing you from achieving your goals. Better help wants you to start living a happier life today. With professional counseling done securely.