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Now The weather forecast for the United Kingdom is for a sunny, sunny day with no chance of a snowstorm tomorrow, forecasters said Monday.
The forecast is for the first snowfall of the year Monday, according to the Met Office.
It’s also the first time in more than 50 years that New Zealand has not experienced a snow event, forecaster David Brough said.
We’ll update this story as more information becomes available.
The storm that hit New York and parts of northern England on Friday is expected to move northward over the weekend.
It is forecast to reach New York on Sunday, but the Met office warned that there could be a chance of further snow.
The Storm Prediction Center said New York could see more than 1 foot of snow Monday, and a few inches more.
But the storm won’t be as severe as it was Thursday, which brought down trees, power lines and power poles.
More rain could fall Monday as it moves northward, the forecast says.
Forecasters expect more rain Tuesday, with a chance for more rain Wednesday.
But forecasters caution that the storm could also dump as much as 1 inch of snow over New York.