Rain, temperatures near 60 degrees ahead of another polar dip later this week
NEW YORK (PIX11) – A storm system will move through the region on Tuesday, bringing unsettled weather and mild temperatures to much of the region.
People can expect mostly cloudy skies in the morning with periods of rain this afternoon. Winds will become gusty towards evening. The maximum temperature will be around 56 degrees in New York and in the upper 50s to near 60 degrees in the suburbs. A wind advisory will take effect later Tuesday for Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island, with gusts of up to 45 mph possible.
Wednesday will be cloudy with early showers followed by clear skies in the afternoon. Temperatures will be well above average with highs of 66 degrees in the city and mid-60s in the suburbs.
Thursday will be partly cloudy and much colder as the high will bring Canadian air back into the area. The maximum temperature will be 37 degrees in the city and in the mid-30s in the suburbs.
Friday will be cloudy with rain and snow developing as another storm system moves through the area. The exact impact of this storm will depend on the track of the system, so it is too early to tell if there will be any noticeable buildup. The maximum temperature will be 36 degrees in the city and in the mid-30s in the suburbs.
Saturday will be mostly sunny and cold with temperatures in the 30s for much of the region. Sunday will be partly sunny and milder with high temperatures around 40 degrees.
Monday will feature a mix of sun and cloud with temperatures in the mid-30s for much of the region.
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