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    Cold Air, Snow in No Hurry to Reach NYC

    By , AccuWeather.com Senior Meteorologist
    October 21, 2013; 2:13 AM ET
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    Play video Weather across the Northeast is detailed in the above AccuWeather.com video.

    While waves of cold air and snowflakes will reach the Appalachians in the upcoming days, real chill and snow are still a little way off for New York City.

    Fresh seasonably cool air will arrive for Sunday, followed by a slight rebound in temperatures Monday.

    As additional waves of cold air bringing some snow showers to the Midwest, some chilly air will break across the Appalachians during the middle and latter part of the upcoming week.

    The pattern later next week can produce the lowest daytime temperatures so far this season throughout the region, along with the lowest nighttime temperatures for the city.

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    Highs most days next Thursday through next Sunday are likely to be in the 50s with nighttime lows within a couple degrees of 40.

    No snow is in the offing through the end of October for the city, but there is the potential for even colder air with gusty winds around the end of the month.

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