By CBSNewYork Team

By Mark McIntyre, CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer

Another weekend, another round of wintry weather that we’re tracking… but you wouldn’t know it based on the mild temps today!

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Clouds will thicken up overnight and it will get frigid with temps bottoming out in the 20s… and by the time you wake up, there will even be a few snow showers.

Snow will be likely during the morning and early afternoon, and will come down heavy at times, with the biggest numbers expected east of NYC.

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We’re not talking huge numbers like Monday’s storm, but we’ll certainly add to the piles that are out there!

Heaviest snow will taper off around dinnertime with just a few snow showers lingering… then the work week will start on a bright but blustery note with temps stuck below the freezing mark.

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