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Head northeast for snow and strong winds through Monday

FOX Weather meteorologists are tracking an arctic front that will intensify cold air over the Northeast and produce snow for internal parts of the region until Monday.

Most snowfall is expected to be light, but localized large amounts are possible as lake-effect snow forms and mixes with the snow.

The area around Syracuse, New York; Watertown, New York; and Burlington, Vermont may end when the most snow is seen and some isolated locations are visible around the foot of the new layer of powder.

Snowfall will also be accompanied by gusts of wind, which meteorologists warn could temporarily reduce visibility to less than a few hundred feet.

As the front moves through the area on Sunday, a northwesterly current will create arctic air to start the work week. Temperatures on Monday morning are forecast to be in single digits for areas around the US-Canada border and heading south into inland parts of the Northeast.

Temperatures are expected to drop slightly before the next storm system.

A weak, fast-moving system is expected to pass through the area on Tuesday, creating another chance of sleet.

Temperatures on Monday morning will be in single digits for areas around the US-Canada border and heading south into the hinterland of the Northeast.
Temperatures on Monday morning will be in single digits for areas around the US-Canada border and heading south into the hinterland of the Northeast.
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https://nypost.com/2022/02/27/northeast-to-see-snow-squalls-and-gusty-winds-through-monday/ Head northeast for snow and strong winds through Monday

Bobby Allyn

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