There is still a chance that significant snow reaches the New York City metropolitan area and southern New England with the storm situation at midweek.
It’s nail-biting time for meteorologists as to how a storm that is currently tracking southeastward from the Midwest will behave.
Odds favor most of the snow Wednesday through Thursday night staying south of a line from northern New Jersey and New York City to Long Island, then northeastward to Boston.
However, there is a one-in-three chance the storm strengthens quickly enough upon reaching the coast Wednesday night to turn its track northeastward, rather than straight out to sea.
Only if this occurs would there be a few inches of accumulating snow and slippery roads around New York City and Long Island with heavier snow over southeastern New England.
If it fails to jog northward at the last minute, spotty snow mixed with rain will…
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