The path of Skylar’s low-pressure system will be close enough to the Northeast coast for heavy snow and high winds to impact the region, particularly eastern New England.
In the Northeast, winter storm warnings have been hoisted by the National Weather Service in much of New England for Monday night through Tuesday night or Wednesday, including Boston, Hartford, Providence, and Portland, Maine. Blizzard conditions are possible along the New England coast Monday night into Tuesday.
Blizzard conditions are possible, including significant reductions in visibility for the Tuesday morning commute in eastern Massachusetts, and may linger into the Tuesday evening commute in parts of coastal Maine and far southeast Massachusetts. Wind gusts up to 60 mph or locally higher, are possible Tuesday morning along the Massachusetts coast and nearby islands.
Snow may linger through the first half of Tuesday as far south as the New York City metro and Long Island.
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