By CBSNewYork Team

By Matt DeLucia, CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer

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After a very nice holiday, the winds of change are rolling in today. Showers will continue through mid-morning or so, gradually shifting east as a cold front moves across. Highs today in the mid 40s occur early on, with temps falling through the afternoon. Despite breaks of sunshine later, winds gusting 30+ mph will send wind chills into the 30s. Some passing snow showers and flurries are possible to the north and west.

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Tonight will be downright cold, especially considering we were in the mid-50s yesterday. Lows will be around the freezing mark in the city and 20s for the suburbs. Waking up Saturday morning, it’ll feel like the teens for some!

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Saturday brings mostly sunny skies, but it’s chilly and blustery. Temps will struggle to get into the low 40s, with wind chills staying in the 30s all day.

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We’ve been watching a clipper system for Sunday. The latest trends continue to show a weak low tracking just to our north with not much moisture. Some rain and snow showers are possible during the day with perhaps a coating (if that) near the city, and up to a couple of inches closer to the Poconos/Catskills. Highs will again be right around 40, but with calmer winds, it won’t feel as harsh to close out the weekend.

CBSNewYork Team