According to PIX11, clearer skies are expected across the tri-state area on Friday following an overnight snowstorm. But be prepared, because a second storm is on the way, threatening hazardous traveling conditions over the weekend and more bitter cold. New York City saw a total of 1 inch of overnight snowfall last night. The snow ended Friday morning for most of the area, but another storm barreling toward southeastern NYC threatens to bring additional snow on Saturday. This storm is said to be stronger and will include about 3 inches for NYC, northern New Jersey and Connecticut, and 3-6 inches in southern New Jersey and eastern Long Island. Due to these conditions, a winter storm watch is in effect for southern New Jersey and eastern Suffolk County Long Island on Saturday, warning that snow, sleet, or freezing rain may cause hazardous travel conditions including slippery roads and limited visibility. Drivers are advised to use caution, so be careful on the road!
1/6 CBS2 Friday Morning Weather Headlines https://t.co/WbGlTMtFRH— CBS New York (@CBSNewYork) January 6, 2017