New York Issues Snow Alert For Tuesday: Cold Could Reach Record Levels | Univision 41 New York WXTV

Although winter is still a few weeks away, the colds do not wait. It is predicted that temperatures will drop to very low levels this week, according to the National Meteorological Service, breaking dozens of records.

Temperatures will fall below 20 degrees in the city on Tuesday. With the winds, it is expected to feel even colder.

The coldest temperature recorded for November 13 was 22 degrees Celsius in 1873.


This is the second Arctic front that crosses the east coast in recent days, after the decline in temperatures last week.

Likewise, the New York City Department of Health has issued a snow alert for this Tuesday, November 12 at 10 a.m. The morning rains are expected to transform into snow chunks, although there will be no accumulation in the city.

Anyway, several city agencies are preparing for the possibility of a snowy Tuesday and the cleaning it might need.

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