After a brief warmup this weekend, winter weather will return in time for the new year.
While Sunday will bring temperatures reaching into the 40s, a storm coming up the coast will put a damper on outdoor activities and travel by the end of the day.
Fans heading to the Patriots/Bills game at Foxboro, Mass., Sunday afternoon should expect wet weather to move in.
Just before it's time to ring in the new year, a cold front will sweep the I-95 corridor and bring back the chilly air.
While highs will be close to 40 on Monday, temperatures will take the plunge again Monday night.
The weather will be much more like winter Tuesday with temperatures forecast to reach only the mid-20s.
For those ringing in the new year with fireworks at Boston Harbor, RealFeel® temperatures will dip into the single digits.
A major storm with snow could affect the area before the end of next week.
In northern New England, actual temperatures may stay below zero during New Year's Day.
An end to the dreary and cool weather around Harrisburg will come later this week.
Summer heat to set the stage for thunderstorms from England to France and Germany on Friday and Saturday.
Following a southward push of cool, dry air at midweek, clouds, showers and higher humidity will return to the Northeast.
Even though the tremendous rains have come and gone, flooding will continue on the major rivers in the South Central states for the next couple of weeks.
Another round of storms will fire across the central Plains at midweek with the chance for isolated tornadoes.
An end to the April-like cool and dreary weather putting umbrellas and jackets to use around Philadelphia will come later this week.
Great Comanche Tornado commenced near Cedar Rapids, IA, and ended over Lake Michigan; 175 killed, destroyed Comanche village on Mississippi River.
Thunderstorms in northwestern Kansas produced up to 18 inches of hail near Salden during the early evening. Crops were completely destroyed and total damage from the storm was nearly 500,000 dollars. Temperature dropped from near 80 degrees before the storm to 38 degrees at the height of the storm.
Cloudburst near Pikes Peak killed 120 people; Pueblo, CO, flooded by 25-foot crest of Arkansas River.