The next 24-48 hours will be more like mid February vs mid November.
First image is a simulated radar showing that a narrow band of heavy snow squalls will cut through the region from NW to SE between 2pm and 6pm, this line may become broken as it interacts with the higher terrain of the Catskills. Areas that are impacted by this squall line will experience a brief but intense period of heavy snow and near white out conditions, this will create hazardous travel in areas impacted.
The next image is wind chills in the wake of the Arctic cold front, single digits in Valley locations and 20-30 degrees below zero across the Catskills! This is nearly unprecedented cold and wind chills for this time of the year and some region records will likely be broken.
The following two images show low temps tonight and highs tomorrow, its safe to say everyone is gonna be cold turkey tomorrow, and some of these temps are cold be are to gobble up, but bundle up and keep those tail feathers warm!