Despite a rebound in temperatures on Monday, a late-week Novemberlike chill is headed to New York City.
High pressure promoted a good deal of sunshine over New York City and mild afternoon temperatures on Monday.
The mild trend will continue through Tuesday before cold air from Canada works its way to the Northeast coast on Wednesday, holding high temperatures that day to the middle 50s.
How close a storm developing along the leading edge of the cold blast tracks to the Northeast coast will determine how wet of a day Wednesday will become.
The chill that follows for Thursday and Friday will create daytime highs in the lower 50s with nighttime lows within a couple degrees of 40. AccuWeather.com RealFeel® temperatures will be even colder as brisk winds blow.
The first snowflakes of the season are also headed to the Appalachians this week and will remain west of New York City.
There are signs that even colder air, accompanied by gusty winds, will reach the city around the end of the month.
A massive area of low pressure will continue to keep much of Europe in a stormy, unsettled pattern through this weekend.
Those in part of northern New England may be reminded of the Blizzard of 2015 early this weekend.
A snowstorm will sweep from the Midwest to the Northeast spanning this weekend into Groundhog Day and will cause major travel delays and disruptions to daily activities.
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