By Matt DeLucia, CBS2 Meteorologist / Weather Producer
If you’re out early this morning, things will still be tough. If you are able to sleep in, you are in better shape.
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Heavy rain continues to move through and gradually lifts north at sunrise. Places like Sullivan and Ulster counties continue to handle a wintry mix. This is also where the highest snow totals will be observed. The strong wind will gradually subside as the system pulls away. Just be prepared for a tough game before noon. 7 or so.
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We also expect moderate coastal flooding during high tide, so be prepared for that if you live in vulnerable areas. In the middle of the morning, things have gotten better. After an early morning temp in the 40s, we fall back into the 30s through the afternoon. Some snow showers are possible, along with some breaks of sun as well.
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Tuesday we are back in the 30s with a little brighter sky.