Listen: Dean Devore, New York City And New England discussed on First Light
"Know coming up on quarter past the hour. Now on first light as we're joined by meteorologist dean devore and dean something coming bad for the northeast, and it's kind of a precursor to a return of winter in the northeast, Michael is we look at some mixed precipitation in the New York City metro the city itself is okay. But you get into jersey Hudson valley inland. Connecticut suburbs and up into New England. We got kind of a wintry mix of some snow, sleet, some light freezing rain in spots. So the inland areas away from the coast. Could be a little for a time this morning right along the coast temperatures of warmed up into the mid to upper thirties. So that's one issue that we're looking at also got a little secondary piece of energy. That's is going to bring some rain and snow showers into parts of the Great Lakes today than rain showers back through western Pennsylvania, down through the spine of the Appalachians that system is going to actually turn into a coastal storm that could bring some heavier snow as we get into tomorrow interior parts of New England. And then Michael loud. There's a potential for a storm to kind of come together long eastern seaboard as we get into the weekend itself. Leaders Saturday into Sunday all things did if you're in the northeast, and again been lulled into this false sense of security last few weeks with these warmer temperatures things are going to go away. You've got some precipitation along the west coast today is some rain advances drops a little farther south than it was yesterday. Not the potent storms that we've been seeing along the Pacific northwest in the middle of the country. We're going to start seeing some changes warm ups in the west and a little cooler temperature. In the east next couple of days. Glad to hear things are calming down in northern California. I think people are still without power there. Yeah. The wind situation at Seattle wind and that whole storm was pretty nasty yesterday for sure all right. Thanks meteorologist dean devore utility crews spent yesterday restoring power two thousands of people in northern California. Because of that winter storm lots of downed trees from the strong winds about ninety thousand customers across the Sacramento region. Had lost power. Utility poles and trees coming down."