The Tri-State will get something on Sunday it hasn’t gotten in quite some time: sunshine.
Tri-State residents can rejoice for Saturday’s weather. For the first weekend in quite some time, there will be no heavy snow, major accumulations or cold temperatures in the Tri-State area.
The active winter continues as a high pressure system brings another arctic chill into the Tri-State after a slow snow melt on Sunday morning.
New York City could break the record for its snowiest month ever if Saturday’s scattered snow showers drop more than 9/10s of an inch.
A frigid arctic wind is keeping temperatures anywhere from below 0 to single digits and into the teens as the Tri-State bundles up for the cold.
The high temperature in the Tri-State hit a high of only 22 degrees—16 degrees below average. AccuWeather said temperatures could dip to as low as 9 degrees in some suburbs of the city Saturday night.
There’s nothing warm about Sunday’s forecast. Other than sunny, the Tri-State will be kept cool thanks to wind gusts of up to 26 mph and freezing temperatures all day long. The high will be 33 degrees and the low will be 24 degrees.
AccuWeather Meteorologist John Feerick said it appears the snow will begin Tuesday afternoon, continue through Tuesday night and taper off early in the day on Wednesday.
Tri-State Area residents will be able to get by without the heavy coats at temps hit the 40s and 50s throughout the area. New York City will see a high of 49 degrees and a low of 42—both above average.
Tri-State residents have much to celebrate this New Year’s Eve and Day as temperatures will be quite mild with a high of 45 degrees.
On the day after the day after, New Yorkers were left wondering what happened. There are still many streets that haven’t seen a plow yet.
On the street in Brooklyn Heights a sanitation crew struggled to pull out one of its snow removal vehicles. The tug of war against the snow ended with the front end loader smashing into a parked SUV.
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.
An early winter snow storm may have missed the Tri-State Area, but that doesn’t mean it won’t be cold here. CBS 2′s John Marshall reports.
As the rain continues to plague the tri-state area on Sunday, a break is expected around mid-day before the front brings another round of rain in the late afternoon, CBS 2′s John Marshall reports.