The National Weather Service is forecasting light snow starting in the NYC metro area around 8am Monday morning.
They say the snow won’t really get going in greater intensity until after 12 noon.
Forecast models have some differences that might result in significant snow moving further inland than the coastal areas.
About mid-day the weather service should have a handle on whether the following ‘banding’ of more intense snowfall will occur.
Quote: THE BEST FORCING CURRENTLY LOOKS TO BE OVER THE NYC METRO
REGION AND EAST…WHERE WE COULD SEE 2 TO 3 INCHES…WITH PSBL 4
TO 5 INCHES IN ISOLATED AREAS. BECAUSE OF THESE TOTALS…HAVE
ISSUED A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FOR NORTHEAST NJ…NYC
METRO…AND LONG ISLAND. IF THE BANDING SETS UP FURTHER TO THE
NORTH DURING MONDAY AFTN…COULD SEE THE NEED OF THE ADVISORY TO
BE EXPANDED. BECAUSE OF THE SURFACE TEMPS…ANY SNOW THAT OCCURS
WILL BE WET AND HEAVY IN NATURE.
IN ADDITION TO THE SNOW…GUSTY WINDS EXPECTED MAINLY DURING THE