NYC could get 7 inches of snow today

NYC could get 7 inches of snow today

NYC could get 7 inches of snow today

The Northeast-particularly New York, Philadelphia and Boston-will get a few inches of snow Monday morning.

'It's not unusual to see snow in early April, ' Stark told the New York Daily News. One day after a mild Easter Sunday, yet another winter storm rolled into New York City overnight and into this morning.

Snow poured down on the U.S. city in the early hours of this morning, with yesterday's temperatures of 60°f plummeting to nearly 30°f.

According to News 12 meteorologists, 5.5 inches of snow fell in Parkchester, breaking a previous record set in 2003 when 4 inches of snow fell on April 2.

The following counties have a Winter Weather Advisory in effect: Adams, Butler, Cass, Clay, Franklin, Hall, Hamilton, Howard, Kearney, Merrick, Nance, Nuckolls, Polk, Webster and York county. "The magnitude of this storm is not quite up to par", Murray said.

Chicago had the coldest Easter in 40 years with an afternoon temperature of 35 degrees.

An accumulation of three to five inches of snow is a possibility in parks and colder surfaces outside Manhattan but meteorologists don't expect more than an inch to stick in urban areas due to a recent streak of warm temperatures.

Tuesday: Cloudy with snow continuing.

Parts of West Virginia are under a winter storm watch as forecasters say heavy, wet snow could hit eastern sections of the state.

"It's not unusual to see snow in early April", Stark said.

Snowfall in the city generally ranged between 3 and 6-inches, with some locally higher amounts.

Snow fell across northern New Jersey at a rate of about an inch an hour early Monday, with a winter weather advisory stretching from Pennsylvania to southeast MA.

Workers shovel snow in front of Yankee Stadium on April 2.

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