Hope you are staying warm today, because it’s a cool, raw, and damp one. There is a little bit of snow to the north, and we can see a little bit more an another batch of precip tracks towards us.
Some mixed precipitation (mainly N&W) and rain will fill in this afternoon. It will be generally on the light side, but the snow and ice could make for tricky travel N&W.
Another cold start today after such a nice, mild one yesterday. Grab the coats as you head out; you’ll need them later on too.
A little light-moderate rain is falling over the Tri-State right now. This will persist for just a few more hours. So if you’re on your way home, just know the next little bit coule be slow going!
It looks like clouds will return and stick around through sunset. And come mid to late afternoon we’ll see the arrival/passage of some showers.
Good Monday morning, and welcome to December…although it certainly ain’t gonna feel like it!
What a difference a day makes! Things were much warmer across the area thanks to a warm front that lifted through – we’re talkin’ 10-20 degrees over Saturday!
You can expect a mix of sun and clouds this afternoon, with highs reaching the low to mid 50s.
There will be a chill in the air this morning, but nothing compared to the past few mornings.
Brrrr! Today was one of those days where the chill went right to the bone.
If you’ve been out and about this afternoon, you know its pretty chilly out there! With mostly cloudy skies, highs will top out around 40 today.
We’re waking up to cold temps out there today, as mostly clear skies allowed overnight lows to dip into the upper 20s in the city.
Finally! After a wild week of weather that started with spring warmth followed by a winter storm, it’s Friday evening.
The sun will continue to shine through this afternoon. Temperatures will warm into the upper 30s, but with a persistent wind out of the northwest, it will feel more like 25-30°.
If you’re heading out for holiday deals this morning, bundle up! Temps start off in the mid/upper 20s near NYC, even in upper teens far north/west in spots that got pasted by snow.