A brand new storm will deliver a mixture of rain, sleet, and as a lot as a foot of snow to elements of upstate New York and areas in New England.
The system is on monitor for Sunday, Jan. 22 into Monday morning, Jan. 23.
Accumulating snowfall will likely be in inside parts of the Northeast.
Projections proven within the first picture above from AccuWeather.com are as follows:
1 to three inches (mild blue), 3 to six inches (Columbia blue), 6 to 12 inches (blue), 12 to 18 inches (purple).
Many of the area will see rainfall from the storm (proven in inexperienced within the second picture above), with as much as about 1 inch potential.
Forward of the arrival of the system, there will likely be a mixture of solar and clouds on Saturday, Jan. 21 with the excessive temperature starting from the higher 30s to low 40s, however wind-chill values starting from the mid 20s to mid 30s, in response to the Nationwide Climate Service.
It will likely be largely cloudy all through the day Sunday, with the storm arriving within the late afternoon as rain in a lot of the area. These inside areas will see a changeover to sleet and snow after dusk.
The storm system is anticipated to wind down late within the morning or round noon on Monday, with skies steadily clearing on a brisk and breezy day with a excessive temperature within the higher 30s to low 40s.
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