Freeze Warning Issued As Half-Inch Of Snow Looms From Harlem To Hollis

November 14, 2018

Patch is reporting that from Harlem to Hollis there will be a deep chill as the season’s first snowfall approaches.

The National Weather Service has issued a freeze warning for midnight to 9 a.m. Thursday as temperatures are expected to dip into the 20s.

The bitter cold will hit before the first chance of snow looms late Thursday morning, according to the weather service’s forecast.

More than half an inch of flakes could hit Central Park by that evening, as snowfall becomes most likely starting in the early afternoon, the forecast shows.


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The white stuff will be accompanied by sleet and rain, with showers expected to continue into Friday, according to the weather service. More than an inch of rain could drench Central Park from Thursday afternoon to Friday afternoon, the forecast shows.

Click here to get a closer look at what to expect from this week’s nasty weather, courtesy of the National Weather Service.

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