Listen: Accuweather, Carl Babinski And New Jersey discussed on 24 Hour News
"Now the AccuWeather. The four day forecast. Meteorologist Carl babinski here with this live report. On this Tuesday morning. We continue to monitor ten ten wins Doppler radar it's still in the mid thirties and just plain cloudy in the city the leading edge of this of precipitation sliding along interstate eighty now in northwestern, New Jersey. You can bet there will be some snow and sleet on the front end. It is perhaps even in the city around three o'clock or three thirty, but they will be a quick change over the plane rain unfolding in the city and along the coast before daybreak where there is a delayed change-over. Yeah. There will be an accumulation of around an inch of some snow and sleet, making four some slick travel conditions this morning allow extra travel time as you've been hearing here on ten ten wins most northern and western suburbs. They're under a winter weather advisory until ten AM, but will be around thirty seven at daybreak in temperatures will continue climbing later today. A bit of leftover rain ends around eight or nine AM. It'll be in the upper forties this afternoon clearing tonight turning chillier wind gusts of up to forty miles per hour expected Wednesday is will be in the mid forties. Colder later this week thirty five and fair right now. Sixty one percent humidity win eight miles per hour. Fair thirty five to go up to thirty seven in midtown. Accuweather meteorologist curb Rabin ski on New York's weather station. Ten ten win wins. News time one thirty three.."