Friday 10 a.m.
At 10 a.m., it was 25 degrees in Albany but 44 in New York City's Central Park. The chill will advance a little farther southward later this afternoon and evening, then start a retreat that won't be completed until the end of the weekend. The video discusses the weather associated with the front, including the prospect for spotty snow and freezing drizzle from New York state until central and southern New England overnight into tomorrow.
The water vapor imagery might be treated as a work of art, but look at the big difference between the stormy weather in the Northwest and the relatively storm-free situation across most of the rest of the country.
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Big changes in the Northeast next week
Change to cold about a week away
The exception is northern New England, where temperatures are above average but it is still on the cold side.
No real cold air likely before late next week
...but it may turn cold toward the end of the month
Mid- and late week days next week could be warmer than average by 20-30 degrees
New York City high 62 today, 32 Saturday.
Find out when it comes back.