By CBSNewYork Team

By Giorgio Panetta, CBS2 Chief Meteorologist/Weather Producer

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Expect a soaker of a Thursday. The only time to get around without getting wet will be early morning, before 8 a.m. Otherwise, all bets are off, and you’ll likely need an umbrella.

The rain becomes steady in the mid-morning hours but packs its biggest punch in the afternoon and evening hours.

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Looking like 1-2 inches of rain before it exits with gusty winds and even some light snow accumulations. Depending on how the cold and and the storm time out, we could see very little or a slushy inch around the city, but well north, they could see several wet inches.

The weekend looks dry, and mild temps will return next week.

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CBSNewYork Team