nick gregory is here now. >> we are talking about the heavy snowfall. nick: they got up to 9 inches at long beach and a foot at st. james. we talked about a foot of snow around white plains at five and jfk at 4 1/2. 2 and a half at laguardia and central park . you had to new jersey at six and right along the shore a higher number there at warren and temperatures with snowfall in bird fridge it 13 and topping off at 7 inches of snow. even in danbury, 2.8 but to four point. >> do watch out for refreezing. it's lush and black ice the roads. there goes the snow storm heading out .we are going down to the 20s tonight. we will cover back to the 40s tomorrow as you take a look at the future, showing a beautiful day with sunshine and high clouds later in the day. it looks okay to start. most of the day should be fine.the question now is what will happen as the clouds have started to appear. we have the potential for a storm on monday , tuesday and even on wednesday. the monday storm has went further to the west and faster. i will tell you about that in the full
nick gregory does know what he's talking about. el nio means warmer. the patterns influence the jet streams and how storms move. nick expects the arrival of el nio in the current months. we'll be looking at a pattern >> polar vortexes when multiple streams of hot and cold come together and it's a cold front coming through. >> nobody knows where it comes from or how it's made, but there it is. >> when the polar vortex drops down like it will this weekend and with a strong el nio and jetstream, that's when you really have to work watch out for coastal storms and blizzards. sadly that won't happen this weekend, but we are all just going to be really cold. >> iml nino. >> all the storms must bow before el nio. >> i met king, fox 5 news. >> i love that one of chris farley. we know cold weather is on the way. earlier tonight it was very windy. wind chills were in the single to what's coming. the wind will be strong and gusty and we could see 30 below zero. it was very cold last year but it wasn't extreme. we haven't had this for a while. i was very frequent
steve: nick gregory with what to expect in morning. nick: mild, our high for the day. we're pretty much done with the rain, on fox 5 sky guardian, the line of ryan now, downpours east of the twin forks. all slowly moving eastward, look at wide view on fox 5 sky guardian 3-d. lining up southwest to northeast, that is part of is going to move slowly to the east of new england. a storm will move up along that. we were concerned earlier, ask kind of poohpood the idea. flood watches up tomorrow afternoon are in central new jersey. on top of melting snow, they had one of higher snow fall totals during the blizzard, temperatures right now, amazing february 3, in upper 50s. some areas over 60. 55 in islip, and 57 in newark. watch future cast. that area of rain, exits to the east, a couple showers. more sun in afternoon, here comes that it is turbans, clouds come back tomorrow night it will be close. there has been west ward trend in some computer models, mixing rain, and snow. it should motte accumulate in to 3 inch accumulation from commack area to eastern end of long island.
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