In new York the first snow (photo)

In new York the first snow (photo)

The first snowflakes of the upcoming winter season dotted the streets of SOHO in new York early this morning.

About the first snowfall in the Big Apple told the new York office of the National weather service, noting that snow fell in Central Park. Around 6:35 a.m., the snowflakes fell in parts of Queens.

In new York the first snow (photo)

Meteorologists predict partly cloudy in the regions to the South-West from the Great lakes to the territory; Tri-state at the beginning of this week.

However, new Yorkers who are determined to sculpt a snowman or sledding, to rejoice while early.

Although the first snow fell in the city, he quickly melted under the sun. As told PIX11 weather forecaster Byron Miranda, today, Monday, in new York is expected to be 47 degrees Fahrenheit (+8 Celsius). Tomorrow, November 21, Tuesday will be even warmer – up to 55 degrees Fahrenheit (about +13 Celsius).

Generally, the temperature during the week, according to forecasts, will not fall below 30 degrees (-1 Celsius). Wednesday and Saturday a chance of rain, but other days over new York will be a clear sky.

The first snowfall of the season at the office! A mixture of dendrites, snow pellets, and graupel.

— NWS New York NY (@NWSNewYorkNY) November 20, 2017