Listen: Carl Babinski, Accuweather And Poconos discussed on 24 Hour News
"Four day AccuWeather forecast. And meteorologist Carl babinski joins us live car. We have mostly cloudy skies. Still and it is thirty nine degrees. Our temperatures should be in the low thirties. At daybreak is still this our very light shower activity occurring on ten ten wins Doppler radar a lot of that occurring east of the city. I'm also noticing some flurry and snow share actively in the Poconos and Catskills. In all likelihood, this will be falling apart before ever reaching the city. A cold front will be pushing through the tries to in about three or four hours. So are south westerly. Wind. We currently have will be shifting to the west northwest pulling in colder air, and also I think some clearing will occur before daybreak. So later on this Friday fairly shiny, but brisk and cold highs in the upper thirties Friday night, lows should be in the twenties Saturday and Sunday both cold with highs in the mid and upper thirties Saturday, the sunnier day of the two while some clouds will roll in later Sunday think snow will be suppressed well to our south the latest norm system to emerge in east will be distributing just about all of its aura south late in the weekend. So we need not worry about that. Right now, thirty nine mostly cloudy. Fifty two percent humidity. The wind west seventeen miles per hour files and thirty nine we're headed down to thirty two and midtown Almac you with a meteorologist curb of Inskeep on New York's weather station and ten wins.."