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Weather with Bill Evans

Snow has ended across the region, with just some lingering snow showers across eastern Long Island and southeast Connecticut. As the surface and upper lows continue to move northeast of the area, expect any lingering snow to come to an end from west to east. Thereafter, clouds quickly diminish from west to east as ridging builds into the region. Under breezy northwest flow, highs will range from the mid 30s across the interior to around 40 at the coast, about 5-10 degrees below normal for the beginning of December. Winds diminish tonight as the low moves into the Canadian Maritimes and surface high pressure briefly builds into the region. By Wednesday, a shortwave digging into the northeast will result in plenty of cloud cover along with a slight chance of showers across at least parts of the area. At this time, the best chance of any precipitation appears to be across far northwestern portions of the Lower Hudson Valley. A few snow showers are possible if precipitation is able to develop early enough Wednesday morning, otherwise the predominant precipitation type with any showers that are able to develop is expected to be rain. Temperatures Tuesday night will range from the mid 20s across the interior to around 30 for NYC and Long Island. Highs on Wednesday will continue to run several degrees below normal, ranging from the upper 30s to mid 40s.
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