Do not hide winter boots: tomorrow in new York it can snow

It is believed that the snow in new York is rare. The departed winter and timidly entering in the spring proved otherwise. The first month of spring is over, but residents of the Big Apple is too early to bury winter boots and jackets.

According to the National weather service (National Weather Service — NWS) on Friday, March 6, expected to rain and snow. However, the temperature will be kept at 54°F (+12°C), so the snow quickly melts.

In the evening the rain may turn to snow which will last until Saturday. According to the forecasts of meteorologists, the night in the city falls from 3 to 5 inches (8-13 cm) of snow. Precipitation may briefly linger on the surface of the earth due to the fall of the temperature to 30-40°F (-1…+4°C). On Saturday afternoon the thermometer column will fluctuate around 40°F (4°C).

And yet, new Yorkers can breathe a sigh of relief though, because forecasters do not predict a storm the likes of swept over the city Monday, when he dropped a record since 1982 the amount of snow.

As reported by NWS, the first snow in April was recorded in 1875. In that year, 25 April in Central Park, dropped 3 inches (8 cm) of snow.