It’s definitely a better morning, as far as temps are concerned, than we have had over the past few days.
We have one more spring-like day around the area before we get clipped by the brutal cold across the middle states.
You’re going to want the coat at the bus stop this morning. With temps much colder than the last two mornings, expect a drastic change.
Temps won’t drop down too far tonight with the arrival of some high thin clouds. If you’re headed out overnight, a light coat should suffice.
Temps won’t drop down tonight as low as we were this morning, but a coat would be a good choice at the bus stop Tuesday morning.
The balmy spring temperatures that climbed into the 60s will feel like ancient history Thursday, as a biting wind blows in and the high will fall short of the freezing mark.
Tuesday night will be the coldest so far of the season, and many residents displaced for Superstorm Sandy were seeking shelter from the freezing temperatures.
The sweltering, humid weather that made stepping out the front door like stepping into a hot, slick sponge kept its hold on the Tri-State area Tuesday.
It’s so hot, we could shatter records set more than seven decades ago. The blazing sun made it feel like 100 degrees on Wednesday and it’s not over yet.
Moms in the Tri-State will get great weather for Mother’s Day with temperatures reaching a high of 73 degrees on Sunday.
The Tri-State gets an early Mother’s Day gift of fair skies and mild temperatures on Saturday.
A high pressure system will hang around all throughout Sunday in the Tri-State, keeping temperatures warm.
Saturday’s weather will be picture perfect in the Tri-State as a high pressure system continues to take up much of the region.
Easter Sunday started with low lying clouds throughout the Tri-State and will continue with mostly cloudy skies and scattered showers.
Saturday’s wet weather started tapering off shortly after after a warm front began pushing into the Tri-State, but scattered showers and patchy fog remained on the forecast for Saturday night.