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Friday, February 2, 2018

RAIN TRANSITIONING TO SNOW WILL EVENTUALLY END THIS MORNING BEHIND AN ARCTIC FRONT FROM WEST TO EAST. WINDS THEN PICK UP FROM THE NORTHWEST AND BECOME GUSTY WITH TEMPERATURES DROPPING BELOW FREEZING THIS MORNING. THE GUSTY WINDS CONTINUE THIS AFTERNOON INTO THIS EVENING. DRY AND COLD AIR REMAINS ACROSS THE REGION THROUGH THE FIRST HALF OF THIS WEEKEND AS STRONG CANADIAN HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS THE SOUTH AND THEN OFFSHORE SATURDAY NIGHT. DAYTIME TEMPERATURES BOTH TODAY AND SATURDAY WILL BE IN THE UPPER 20S TO LOWER 30S WITH SINGLE DIGITS TO UPPER TEENS FOR LOWS TONIGHT. THE NEXT LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM APPROACHING SATURDAY NIGHT INTO SUNDAY WILL RESULT IN MORE SOUTHWEST WINDS, ALLOW FOR THE AIRMASS TO TREND WARMER BUT THIS WILL ALSO BRING THE NEXT ROUND OF PRECIPITATION. THIS WILL BE MAINLY SNOW FOR INTERIOR PARTS OF NORTHEAST NEW JERSEY, THE LOWER HUDSON VALLEY AND SOUTHWEST CONNECTICUT WITH MAINLY RAIN TO THE SOUTHEAST ACROSS THE COASTAL SECTIONS.