By Giorgio Panetta, CBS 2 Chief Meteorologist/Weather Producer
Good evening all,
It was beautiful here in the Northeast today. Temps topped off in the lower 60s here in the city and mid 60s in some of our New Jersey suburbs.
Tomorrow is even warmer… then things begin to change. The big snow in the Midwest, as well as the cold air in Canada, migrate south and east toward us. However, it never REALLY grips us with the same cold that is does in the Rockies.
This is good news if you enjoyed today’s temps.
After the two fronts make there way east, we remain under the umbrella of cold air for a week or so.
There is also the slight chance of some wet snow flakes Friday morning. If temps plunge low enough and combine with energy from the current system, towns like Monroe, N.Y. could see their first flakes.
We have a busy week weather-wise. Keep checking back in this week to stay on top of all the changes.
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