NEW YORK – More than 24 million people are under severe weather threats later Saturday in the Northeast.
This comes as a weak cold front rolls in, bringing a quick round of rain and some snow possible in New England. Rain is likely to develop in the afternoon ushering a likely chance of severe weather into major metros like New York City and Boston.
There is a good threat for strong gusty winds, as well as brief, spin-up tornadoes.
The chances for snow will remain to the north across central areas of New York, Vermont, and New Hampshire. Snow amounts will generally be less than 2 inches.