6-Day forecast for the New York City metro region
Mainly cloudy, cold, occasional snow showers are possible, highs in the lower 40’s; W-SW winds around 5-10 mph
Partly cloudy, cold, lows in the upper 20’s
Partly sunny, milder, near 50 degrees for afternoon highs
Partly cloudy, cold, mid 30’s for late night lows
Partly sunny, mild, mid 50’s
Mainly cloudy, becoming windy and much milder, periods of rain and some of it will be heavy, maybe a strong thunderstorm, low-to-mid 60’s for highs, but temperatures could tumble on Sunday night and there can be a brief changeover to snow/ice to the north and west of the metro area
Partly sunny, colder, windy, mid-to-upper 40’s
Mainly sunny, cold, mid 40’s
There were snowflakes in the air in parts of the Mid-Atlantic region on Wednesday and another system is likely to produce snow showers around here today and perhaps even a period of steadier snow. Small accumulations are certainly on the table as temperatures should hold in the 30’s during any snowfall during the day. It turns noticeably milder on Friday and the mild conditions will continue through much of the day on Sunday.
The weekend will end with some wild weather conditions as a strong cold front slides slowly from west-to-east and towards the eastern seaboard. Strong low pressure will form along the frontal boundary zone and the result here will likely be heavy rain and possible strong thunderstorms. In addition to the rain, winds will become a big factor with potentially damaging gusts from later Sunday into Sunday night. After the passage of the cold front, temperatures are likely to tumble on Sunday night and the rain can transition to snow/ice for a brief time in areas to the north and west of the metro area.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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