NEW YORK — After a weekend of mostly freezing temperatures, warmer temperatures returned for the work week in the tri-state area.
This Tuesday will be the coldest day of the week, but don’t worry, the highs won’t be like Saturday, instead they will be in the low 40s as a frontal system moves into the afternoon bringing the possibility of a slight freezing rain or sleet in the northern suburbs and only a little light rain elsewhere in the area.
Light and out-of-region precipitation will not affect morning travel.
When does the sun return? The sun will return on Wednesday when temperatures return to the 50s. A stronger system is approaching by Thursday bringing another round of precipitation that, along with temperatures in the 50s, will fall as rain, not snow.
If you heard it very well. We continue with our below average snowfall accumulation for the season.
Here is the forecast for the next few days in our area:
Maximum: 42 degrees. Sunny morning with more cloudiness in the afternoon and possible rain and ice to the NW tonight with lows in the 30s and 40s.
Maximum: 52 degrees. Partly to mostly sunny.
Maximum: 50 degrees. Cloudy with possible rain.
Maximum: 57 degrees. Partly sunny.
Maximum: 44 degrees. Cloudy with possible rain.