By Giorgio Panetta, CBS2 Chief Meteorologist/Climate Producer
Prepare for the remnants of Hurricane Zeta to race northeast, giving us some regular rain, gusty winds and a flood threat. Zeta made landfall Wednesday night in Louisiana for the fifth time this 12 months, a tricky season for the Gulf of Mexico.
Zeta then will get wrapped up within the Jetstream and is flung our approach with regular rain beginning Thursday morning and persevering with by means of noon Friday.
On the bottom of the secondary low, chilly air is funneled down into the storm and we might flirt with some snowflakes north of New York Metropolis. The Catskills ought to see a lightweight accumulation within the larger elevations.
Then… Saturday morning is tremendous chilly! We don’t get out of the 40s… Test again in for the most recent on this wild climate.
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