Sunday will see the same seasonably cool weather as Saturday as temperatures only hit a high of 62 degrees in the City.
Sunday’s weather was not anything near what Fall normally feels like, and the warm weather will continue into Columbus Day on Monday.
With a week until the start of spring, temperatures are beginning to feel like spring, rising to the 50s on Sunday in the Tri-State.
The Tri-State was seeing heavy showers on Sunday with the potential for an additional 1 to 2 inches. Rain is expected to continue steadily into the overnight hours before ending after midnight.
A sunny morning will give way to clouds moving into the Tri-State by mid- to late-Friday as a rain system moves in for the weekend.
For the first time in a while, temperatures will hit the average mark on Saturday as snow and ice continue to melt.
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.
STATEN ISLAND (CBS 2) — CBS 2’s John Marshall is live on Staten Island at the start of the 2010 ING New York City Marathon for the weather forecast.