A “Tennessee Valley” storm has its sights set on New York City.
The cross-country system will likely gift Big Apple residents “a messy mixed bag of snow, sleet and rain,” this weekend, meteorologists said Monday.
The sheer size of the atmospheric event, how much land it’ll impact and how much water its carrying make it one to watch.
“This is a pretty significant, juicy storm,” Dombek said. “It could be a 24-hour storm.”
There’s only a small percent chance that snow will fall straight from when the storm hits Saturday night all the way into Sunday.
But we’ll definitely see flakes — between about an inch to over a foot.
Currently brewing over the Pacific, the storm should hit California by Thursday and then make its way from Texas, to Tennessee to the East Coast.
The last storm to hit the Big Apple dropped just six inches on the ground Nov. 15. — but practically paralyzed the city.
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