In the wake of the spotty snow from Tuesday night, a strengthening blizzard off the New England coast will keep the New York City area cold through Thursday morning.
AccuWeather RealFeel® temperatures will dip into the teens and single digits Wednesday night. Actual temperatures will rival the record low of 20 set in 1894 in Midtown.
After another cold start Thursday, a warming trend is in store Thursday afternoon into Friday.
By Friday afternoon, temperatures will climb to near 60 F, above the average high for the season in the middle 50s.
Showers will accompany the warmer weather Friday into Saturday.
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Another round of snow returning to the Colorado Rockies on Tuesday and Wednesday will be a setback for travelers but a boon to ski resorts nearing the season's end.
The World Meteorological Organization announced on Monday that it is retiring Matthew and Otto from the list of Atlantic hurricane names after their deadly and destructive impacts during the 2016 season.
The unrelenting rounds of severe weather continue to take aim at the south-central United States with more damaging thunderstorms set to strike Tuesday into Wednesday.
Severe thunderstorms will continue to pound parts of the Tennessee Valley through Monday evening.
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