The New York weather forecast calls for snow all week as the first snow storm of 2014 is slated to cross into the Mid-Atlantic and work its way up to Southern New England.
“A blizzard warning remains in effect from 6 pm this evening to 1 pm EST Friday”, reported the National Weather Service.
Expect heavy snow and strong winds tonight into Friday afternoon
Expect snow accumulations up to 6 to 10 inches and 20-30 mph winds up to 45 mph gusts.
According to the Weather Channel, up to three to five inches of snow will fall in New York City through Saturday.
The main bulk of snow is projected to come in late Wednesday night through Friday morning, with the possibility of at least 6 inches of snow in addition to blowing of snow due to strong winds.
Temperatures of 5 to 15 degrees Fahrenheit below zero are expected throughout Friday.
The snow is supposed to impact more than 70 million people in the Midwest and Northeast as we head into the first few days of 2014.