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The weather outside won’t quite be frightful, but the first snowfall of the year could bring a dusting to the region both Sunday and Monday.

Little to no accumulation is expected as snow flurries reach the New York Metro area early Sunday, said AccuWeather meteorologist Tom Kines. With temperatures hovering right around freezing in the morning, any snow that does reach the ground is likely to disappear quickly.

The flurries on Sunday will likely be over by around 9 a.m. The thermometer should reach the mid-40s during the day – a bit cooler than normal.

The same holds for Monday: snow flurries are possibly early, around sunrise, if the overnight temperature drops low enough.

“If we do get a little dusting, it will be gone quickly,” Kines said, as temperatures again reach into the 40s during the day.

The suburbs north and west of the city may see a little bit more snow both mornings, with an inch or two possible. Upstate, more is likely to accumulate, with about 2 inches possible from Buffalo to Albany.

Once the clouds move out of the Metro area by midday Monday, no storms are expected the rest of the week. “The weather should stay relatively quiet and temperatures ought to climb a little each day,” Kines said.

Flurries are expected early Sunday morning.
Accuweather
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The snow is not expected to stick around long, with temperatures reaching the 40s during the day.
Accuweather

Expect daytime temperatures in the upper 40s are likely by Wednesday and it could reach 50 – closer to a typical November day – by Thursday. Overnight temps will be remain in the mid-to-upper 30s.



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