The timing, intensity and track of the storm could still change, but right now New York City is looking to get 6 to 10 inches of snow, while north and west of the city could get more than 1 foot.
The heaviest bands of snow in this storm are likely to be seen in New England, where Boston could get hit with 2 feet.
Some computer models predict blizzard-like conditions that could cripple travel throughout the Northeast. The National Weather Service issued a blizzard watch for Suffolk County for Friday afternoon through Saturday afternoon; a winter storm watch is in effect for the rest of the region.
The timing of the storm brings light snow and rain starting in our area Friday morning, and moving to a wintry mix along the coast by noon.
The wet stuff changes over to snow Friday afternoon, and it could be heavy in some areas. The evening commute will be slow and slippery.
Overnight Friday, expect heavy snow and strong winds, with the storm winding down by Saturday morning.
Prime Source would like to alert customers, particularly facilities located in New England, to be prepared for possible delivery delays. Monday deliveries are currently on schedule, and will remain so unless there is extensive damage and power outages related to the storm.