Storm System Stays East, Keeps Tri-State Cool

New York City Cold Weather

While there won’t be snow in New York City, it’ll still be cold. (Credit: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Sunday morning may have been a little warmer than the past few days, but it’s still colder than usual, CBS 2’s John Marshall reports.

Tri-State Area residents will see more clouds than sun on Sunday as temperatures rise of a forecast high of 35 degrees.

There’s a storm system off the coast of the Carolinas that is moving north but is expected to stay east of the Tri-State Area. That system may bring a light coating of snow over parts of Eastern Long Island and coastal Connecticut overnight.

Some of the highs across the area:

32 New Paltz

36 Westport, Conn

35 Central Park

36 Roslyn

Some of the lows across the area (for Sunday overnight):

28 Central Park

14 Poughkeepsie

28 Jericho