AccuWeather: Cold calm before the storm

AccuWeather forecast for NYC, New York, New Jersey and Connecticut
NEW YORK (WABC) -- Thursday will be calm and cold ahead of a major nor'easter that could bring significant snow Friday night into Saturday.

The storm is expected to move up the coast and impact the New York metropolitan area with snow, wind and coastal flooding.

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Lee Goldberg says Thursday will be calm and cold ahead of a major nor'easter that could bring significant snow Friday night into Saturday.



The best chance for heavy snow will be east, along the coast and on Long Island.

Click here for the very latest information and projected snowfall totals.

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Thursday
Cold calm. High 31.

Friday
Light snow. High 35.

Saturday
AccuWeather Alert: Snow and wind. High 22.

Sunday

Bright but cold. High 28.

Monday
Back to freezing and sunny. High 32.

Tuesday
Milder melting. High 40.

Wednesday
Even milder. High 47.


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