Cold, Dry Air Keeps Tri-State In The 30s

NEW YORK (CBS 2) – The tri-state area won’t see any snow just yet, unlike the upstate, but it will still be a cold Sunday.

Temperatures started below freezing just around 6:15 a.m., but later in the day, temps are expected to reach a high of 36 degrees.

Wind between 10 to 20 mph could bring the dry, cold air down to the teens as a flow from the northwest continues to keep the city around freezing.

Possible flurries could fall in Delaware County of New York, but all is quiet in the tri-state area.

Here are some highs for Sunday:

Central Park: 36

Roslyn: 37

Quogue: 38

Westport, Conn.: 36

Newark: 37

Sunday night will be colder with lows in the teens to the mid 20s. That cold will continue all week with overnight lows below freezing and highs just above freezing.


One Comment

  1. otto says:

    Brrrrrrrr …. this is gonna be one cold-ass winter for the tri-state area!

    Heating Oil companies are licking their chops … the colder the better for them!

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