The complex storm located 170 miles southeast of Montauk will produce bands of snow throughout the night.
Where these bands set up determines who gets the most amount of snow. The consensus of the models would indicate a 1-3 or 2-4 inch snowfall with the higher amounts over eastern Long Island and Connecticut.
There are other spots that could see higher amounts if the bands of snow stall out over a particular area.
Since it will be a wet snowfall, sticking of snow will be primarily on grass, cars and elevated ramps and bridges.
Beach erosion continues to be a problem for the next high tide cycle overnight.
Coastal flood warnings are issued for New Jersey with tides at 4-7 feet above the normal.
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