Snow ending as system finally moves east - Tri-State News, Weather & Sports

Snow ending as system finally moves east

The same low pressure system that brought rain to the area last Monday, is finally moving east after getting hung-up to our northeast.

The system is what we call a cut-off low, meaning it's detached from the jet stream which helps move lows along.  The persistent system is finally getting a shove from high pressure which will briefly move in for Sunday.

It won't last, though.  Another low pressure system moves in for Monday night & Tuesday from the west, bringing mainly rain to the area.  It's possible we'll see a rain/snow mix late Monday night and early Tuesday, but snow accumulation looks unlikely right now.  Long range, temperatures will finally moderate as we go through the week, with 50s returning by Friday and Saturday.

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