Harsh cold will loosen its grip on New York City Monday but will come back with a vengeance by Tuesday.
Temperatures will briefly spike to near 40 Monday morning with a brief shower or flurry before a cold front swings through in the afternoon.
In the wake of this clipper, fresh frigid air will arrive and challenge the frigid days from earlier this January for the coldest daytime highs and nighttime lows so far this winter.
Temperatures will fall to just 11 degrees Monday night, then only recover into the teens on Tuesday.
Brisk winds ushering in the arctic blast will drop AccuWeather.com RealFeel® temperatures under 10 below zero for the Tuesday morning commute.
Such cold will put residents who fail to bundle up at risk of enduring frostbite or hypothermia.
For those sick of the snow, the cold will offer protection from the storm set to spread substantial snow and ice across the South by keeping the storm track well off the Northeast coast.
Due to a cable line issue, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's weather radios are currently out of service throughout Oklahoma.
Torrential rain and strong thunderstorms pushed across the southern Plains on Saturday, spawning tornadoes and dangerous flash flooding from Kansas to Texas.
Lifeguards along the East and Gulf coasts are preparing to deal with one of the greatest beach dangers: rip currents.
A dangerous and life-threatening flooding situation will continue into Memorial Day, across portions of Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas and Missouri.
Showers and thunderstorms threaten to interfere with Memorial Day festivities across more than half of the United States.
Many areas in the Eastern states will have consistent summerlike heat and a buildup of humidity for the last week of May.
Newton, NJ (1925)
96 degrees on the 23rd; 39 degrees on the morning of the 24th.
West Coast (1982)
Heat wave: San Francisco, CA 91 degrees, (new record; previous record 79 in 1975) San Jose, CA 84 degrees Portland, OR 85 degrees (tied record)
North Texas (1986)
Severe thunderstorms produced 95 mph wind gusts and widespread damage. More than 3" of rain fell in less than an hour. A 29 year old women and 6 year old daughter drowned when the underpass they were driving into was flooded out.