By Mark McIntyre Jr, CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer
It was just plain chilly across the tri-state region today as highs only hit the upper 30s and low 40s! Thankfully, winds weren’t too strong so there wasn’t too much of a wind chill. Clouds will roll in tonight and we can expect low temperatures dropping into the low 30s for the NYC area and mid-20s for our northwestern suburbs.
Sunday will be the warmer and cloudier half of the weekend, but we do expect things to stay dry. High temps will reach the low and mid-40s, which is still going to be a good 5-10 degrees below normal for this time of year.
Unsettled weather returns early Monday morning and lasts through late Monday night. At this point, it looks like NYC and points south/east will stay all rain (could be heavy too)…but some locations north/west will see some wet snow, maybe even some freezing rain. As of now, this wintry mix looks to occur during the early morning rush. Be sure to stay tuned for the latest details.
Things clear out Tuesday but we take a big hit in the temps department with highs only maxing out in the mid/upper 30s. Couple that with strong northwest winds, and it’ll feel like the mid/upper 20s. Stay warm!
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