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"The ten ten wins AccuWeather forecast with meteorologist Dave Bowers. We have a cloudy sky, and it is currently thirty four degrees on this Monday night. Our temperatures will be in the low thirty s at daybreak with snow moving in L, we do expect slick travel conditions prior to the morning commute that snow or showing up on ten ten wins Doppler radar in the mid Atlantic region. It should arrive in the city after two AM and before five just moving ever so slowly. But when it gets here, it will cause us problems, the snow tomorrow morning will mix with sleet, and then changed the plane rain in the city and along the coast by later in the day, but the wintry mix really consisting of no rain, whatsoever will persist longer north and west of I two eighty seven that's an his own northern and western. Suburbs where there will be as much as six inches of snow and ice, I think in the city and most nearby suburbs. And along the coast, we're looking at a general one to three inches, but still travel impacted tomorrow highs in the mid thirties. Temperatures should hold nearly steady tomorrow night now all the precipitation should wrap up by midnight. It will be windy on Wednesday. Highs in the low forties. Milder Thursday, high forty eight some rain is heading our way Friday pie not far from fifty right now. It's thirty four and it's fair humidity. Fifty four percent win north five miles per hour. Fair repeating the current Tavender thirty four we're headed down a twenty-seven into town. And that's the AccuWeather forecast on New York's weather station, ten ten wins. Get the gift."