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LOCALIZED MINOR COASTAL FLOODING LATE THIS EVENING * LOCATIONS...Vulnerable coastal locales along New York Harbor, including the Arthur Kill, Newark Bay, Kill Van Kull and tidally affected portions of the Hackensack and Passaic Rivers, and also across southwest Suffolk County. * TIDAL DEPARTURE...Up to 1/2 ft above astronomical tides. * COASTAL FLOOD IMPACTS...Brief minor flooding near the waterfront and shoreline. * TIMING...Around the times of high tide late this evening.

Winter Weather Advisory in Effect for Wintery Mix This Weekend

LongIsland.com

Snow accumulations are predicted to stay within 2 to 4 inches, along with a trace of ice before turning to rain.

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According to The National Weather Service, a Winter Weather Advisory will remain in effect from 1 PM this afternoon until tomorrow, Sunday morning. Long Island, New York City, Portions of Northeast New Jersey, and parts of Central and Southeastern Connecticut will all be experiencing snow and freezing rain.

Snowfall will occur this afternoon into this evening then switch to a mixture of snow and freezing rain this evening. By the morning conditions will change to just rain.

Snow accumulations are predicted to stay within 2 to 4 inches, along with a trace of ice.

Visibility will be one quarter to one half a mile at times with roads covered in snow and coated in ice making driving conditions and walking conditions potentially hazardous.

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[Sources: NWS]

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