New York City will start off spring with weather ten degrees colder than average Tuesday, according to a meteorologist.
The Big Apple will begin spring with weather at a high of 39 and a low of 39, a ten degrees lower than average, the New York Post reported. The city is also expected to be hit with a ten-inch Nor’easter known as “Toby” Wednesday. The snow is expected to melt the next day, the New York Post added.
“It looks like it may take until April for the weather pattern to change up,” said Carl Erickson, an AccuWeather meteorologist, adding that it is a “good 10 degrees below average for the start of spring.”
Winter storm Toby is the city’s fourth Nor’easter in less than three weeks, The Weather Channel reported. New York City was previously hit with a huge snowstorm March 2, which caused a cancellation of thousands of flights and temporarily shut down the Northeast Corridor Line.
The second Nor’easter hit New York City March 7, forcing some unlucky travelers to sleep at Grand Central Station overnight.
Another Nor’easter hit most of the tri-state area dropping 18 inches of snow March 12.
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