NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – As the Tri-State preps for the Supermoon, residents can also prep for the first day of spring.

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Winter ends on Saturday pleasantly in the Tri-State with mostly sunny skies on a cool, crisp weekend. Temperatures will hit a high of 53 degrees and only drop to a low of 48 degrees, but overnight and into Sunday morning, the temperature will fall to about 34 degrees.

Cool air will come down the Hudson Valley to keep regional temperatures in the upper-40s to the north of the city and in the mid-50s to the south, but despite low temperatures the weekend will be precipitation-free.

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There will be a bit of wind on Saturday as gusts reach up to 17 mph, but residents can still expect a mostly clear and mostly sunny day.

Do you have outdoor plans for this weekend? Tell us how you’ll be enjoying this pleasant final day of winter and the first day of spring in our comments section below.

Comments (2)
  1. Tom says:

    Nah, I like the Northeast better. We get all kinds of weather here. Plus, no hurricanes unlike Florida!!

  2. Crip says:

    Come live here in hotass Florida

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