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- Winter Storm Reggie hit the northeast Friday with more snow expected Tuesday
- Almost 39 million people will be affected by the snow Friday through Tuesday
- The storm marks New York City and Philadelphia's first snow in over a month
Almost 39 million people are going to be hit with heap of snow in New York and the northeast region in the next few days.
Winter Storm Reggie is expected to drop up to six inches of snow on the New York City metro area Friday according to the Weather Channel.
Yesterday there was a balmy high of 61 degrees in the Big Apple but this morning New Yorkers woke up to snow flurries which are expected to last until this afternoon.
The day after New York City temperatures reached a high of 61 degrees the city was hit with flurries of sleet and snow Friday morning
A maintenance worker in Pennsylvania uses a snow blower to clear the snow from the front of a school Friday for the first snow in the region in over a month
Jay Engle, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service told the New York Times: 'We didn’t have a February, so I guess we’re having a February now.'
Winter Storm Reggie is New York City and Philadelphia's first snow in over a month.
Winter Storm Reggie is expected to drop up to six inches of snow on New York City
Temperatures are predicted to remain in the 30s in New York City throughout the week
The National Weather Service has issued winter weather advisories in New York City and other portions of the northeast including Pittsburgh, Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
The frosty weather comes a month after Winter Storm Niko dropped nine inches of snow in the tri-state area on February 9.
While no wet weather is in the forecast for Saturday, temperatures are predicted to remain in the 30s throughout the week.
Light flurries hit New York City Friday morning as commuters head to work at Union Square