We’ll stay in the freezer the remainder of this afternoon with highs only in the mid to upper 20s. It will never feel that way though… wind chill of 10-20°.
We’re waking up to a messy mix today across the tri-state region, with snow, sleet, freezing rain, and rain, just in time for the morning commute.
After a day with temps in the mid 30s, clouds are now on the increase across the area.
We’re starting off cold again today after overnight lows dipped into the mid to upper teens.
Another frigid night is on tap, with lows dipping into the mid to upper teens in the city under partly cloudy skies.
BRRRRRR!!!! That pretty much sums up this afternoon around here, as highs are struggling to reach the low to mid 20s.
The remainder of the afternoon is looking bright, but bitterly cold. By the late afternoon, temps should get to near 20° with a wind chill around 10°. Stay warm!
Arctic air and wicked wind chills have followed the snow that fell across the Tri-State area, bringing bitter cold temperatures to much of the region.
Winds will strengthen through this afternoon… gusts of 40 mph… making it only feel like 0 to 10°! A few snow squalls may pass through as well, just so you’re not caught off guard.
The remainder of this afternoon will be very cold with steady or slowly falling temperatures.
We’re in for a total turnaround today as we say goodbye to yesterday’s 50s and hello to the 30s!
The first storm of the year is underway and if a few folks are still holding onto wintry precip, they will switch over to rain very quickly.
Well it’s finally Saturday afternoon, and as promised, the much-advertised mess of a storm is rollin’ on in.
While it will be cloudy, it should remain dry. Temps rise to a high of 42 with precip moving in this afternoon.
Expect a mostly clear but chilly night with temps dropping to the freezing mark in NYC, into the 20s elsewhere.